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Q: 9. The first step in devising an individualized plan for time management is a frank personal assessment of: (Points : 2) Personal goals Financial resources Decisions-making skills
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A: The answer is A. Personal goals. An individualized plan needs to take the individuals personal needs and goals into account.
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