“Most things which are urgent are not important, and most things which are important are not urgent.” President Dwight D. Eisenhower.
“I just don’t have the time!” How often have you found yourself lying awake at night, unable to sleep, in a state of panic with an overwhelming fear of there just not being enough time to get everything done and meet those deadlines? It’s a challenging place to be in and one that is both mentally and physically draining.
Time is a powerful thing and it has the capabilities to restrict and constrain us. Many a plan for growth and development has been quashed by time and, “If only’s…’. Ineffective use of time can effectively hold us prisoner and can lead to us constantly playing catch up and hinder achievement or progression towards our goal. However, this doesn’t have to be the case. Time and in particular, time management can be mastered and, the rewards for doing so can be significant.
Just think about it, there is one thing in life that is limited and that is time. It doesn’t matter who you are or how much money you have - you can’t buy more time. In a way it is the great equaliser. We are all granted the same number of hours in our day. But, it is what we choose to do with th...
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