June 8, 2015

Time management

From Kevin Hoctor’s piece on time:

Statements that begin with “I wish I had more time to…” are red flags for me. When I hear myself say something like, “I wish I had more time to exercise and get in shape,” it really means that I need to make time to exercise. Wishing it won’t change anything. I won’t magically have more time or extra energy by making that comment, so it’s useless.

Lots of sound advice in there. I find myself thinking more and more about time, and throwing away the excuses not to do things.

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