What is an effective use of your time?
The answer is totally subjective because the value of the results is subjective. What makes a wise investment of time for me may not be a wise investment for you. Each of us is, however, investing some of our time in daily activities that do not serve our goals. Too much time is allotted to fleeting interests that we know are less important than progressing toward our crafted goals. That is why it is so important to remind ourselves of the benefits of our goals.
“You only live once, but if you do it right, once is enough.”
-- Mae West
All of us have said to ourselves, “Oh, I really would like to .............., if I could only FIND the time.” Time does not need to be found. It is right here. Time needs to be invested wisely. Each day we are choosing to invest our time somewhere, and for a reason. By managing our time more wisely, we minimize stress, improve our quality of life, and have time to progress. Unfortunately, time management is one of those life skills that no one teaches us in school.
Contributed by: Dean Lindsay, Award Winning Speaker and Author of The Progress Challenge & Co-Author of Stepping Stones to Success