Shrinks do it. Pipe joiners do it. Even high-priced lawyers do it. Let’s bill some time. But unlike falling in love, keeping track of time doesn’t make most people’s list of favorites things.

The rest of the world would rather do anything else–even practice tax law or schmooze with clients with bad breath–before accounting for each six-minute increment of the workday.

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