In 2006 the concise Oxford English Dictionary announced that the word time was the most-often used noun in the English language.

We live in a world where people are obsessed with using days, saving minutes and trying to find more hours in the day.

Plain and simple, you get 24/7/365.
I does not matter how successful you are.
How rich you are.
How smart you are.
How good looking you are.

Nor anything else.

No one gets anymore and no one gets any less.
You have to learn to spend your time, effort and energy on the right things.

As Cynthia Kersey says in her book Unstoppable:
“Everyone is born with a limited amount of time. Every moment we live – whether we’re working, playing, complaining or being thankful – is time that we’ve spent. Nothing is more valuable than the time we have left.”

So what are you doing to make the most of the time you have?

Are you spending your time on the right things? As stated in other articles I have written, “are you busy or are you productive”? 

Is it time you stopped trying to do everything and started doing the most important things?

Remember what Dawson Trotman founder of the Navigators said:
“The greatest time wasted is the time getting started.”

The other day I was at a meeting and when I ask if anyone procrastinated, all I heard was laughter. You see we all do it. To get started seems to be so hard.

Writing the first line of a letter takes forever. Yet once you start your roll forward.

Picking up the phone to make that call takes us so long, yet once we pick up the phone, the rest is easy.

Even sitting down to play the piano, until we do it, seems like such a task.

Simply put, the start often stops us.

Here is a great story from The actual author is

The clock is my dictator, I shall not rest.
It makes me lie down only when exhausted
It leads me into deep depression
It hounds my soul
It leads me in circles of frenzy, for activities sake
Even though I run frantically from task to task, I will never get it all done
For my ideal is with me
Deadlines and my need for approval drive me
they demand performance from me, beyond the limits of my schedule
they anoint my head with migraines
My in-basket overflows
Surely fatigue and time pressures shall follow me
all the days of my life
and I will dwell in the bands of frustration forever.

The bottom line is simple. As stated in the book “The Four Hour Work Week, “Lack of time is actually lack of priorities. Further the author goes on to say that doing something unimportant well does not make it important.

Requiring a lot of time does not make a task important”

This week it is time to make 3 simple changes in your life and see how much you accomplish.

1/   Work on the highest priority tasks. I know it is hard to leave stuff alone. But do it.


2/   Focus on what you are doing, stop trying to multi task so hard. You end up doing nothing well.  Stay in the moment.

3/   Learn to say “NO”

Have a great week. Start taking control of your life by starting to take control of your time. Encouraging, educating, inspiring and strengthening
business owners to be the best.

Looking for that little thing that will get you more time?

What about those little spaces of time?

What if we could show you how to make them work for you?

Saving your time and getting more done?

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