“It is the idle who complain they cannot find time to do that which they fancy they wish. In truth, people can generally make time for what they choose to do; it is not really the time but the will that is wanting.” Sir John Lubbock
“I don’t have enough time.”
“I’d like to live a balanced life.”
Procrastination often anchors people’s dreams and desires to the shore of inactivity and results in regret. It takes a burst of energy to move out of the depths of inaction and often that energy is lost in the thoughts of fear and failure.
When there is more activity pushed into a days worth of time than can be consumed it can result in a sense of failure. Sometimes it is packing into the minutes things that are of low value, easy to do and complete but they may be things that don’t really matter.
1. What really matters?
2. What value will it produce?
3. What will it feel like to accomplish those goals?
Success is about making every effort to complete the goal.
Now more than ever there are tools that can help you use time to your advantage.
Having your tasks, goals and activities are in one place can help you organize your day better and improve the opportunity for results.
What time management tools do you use? How well are they working for you?