“Ain’t Nobody Got Time For That”

I really don’t like hearing when people say “I don’t have enough time”.clock-772953_960_720

We have 24 hours a day and 168 hours a week. That’s a heck of a lot and you still don’t have time for something you want to do?

We need to spend time effectively and we need to want to do so.

It’s always good to ask ourselves what we want to spend our time on when we cannot turn the clock back.

Believe me if we don’t have time for something it means we don’t want to spend time on it.

If I don’t have time for something, I ask myself: do I really want to do it? If it’s something what needs to be done or has some higher, further goals, I need to make time for it no matter what and get it done as quickly as I can, because otherwise it’ll be on my mind taking room of some nice thoughts which could be on my mind instead. If it’s something I really want to do, I’ll make time for it no matter what and it usually means resigning from some other time killing things.

If you don’t have time for something you want to spend it for, think what you could resign of to make time for the things you really want to do.

As simple as that.

Stand aside and see how do you manage your time.  Ask yourself: am I happy with spending my time? Do I really want to spent time as I want it to be spent? How time conduce for me in my life? Am I on good terms with the time?

Remember, it’s a very valuable thing that we cannot buy, cannot sell, cannot stop and cannot speed up, but just wisely manage. Be more organized, do the chart and see how much time you spend on each tasks, see what you can reduce (for exemple things such as watching television or spending unnecessary time on facebook or twitter).

Don’t say “I don’t have enough time” or “I don’t have time for it”, because it’s an easy way and man, don’t take the easy way, because it’s your life and you live only once.

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