Make Time For It

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If “it” is something important to us, make time for it.  Otherwise, we are either cheating ourselves (i.e. the said important thing is really not) or poor manager of our time.

Time is the great equalizer.  We all have the same amount of time: 24 hours or 1440 minutes a day, each day.  How we choose to allocate our time reflects what we deem as important.

Unless we don’t know what is important and only blindly follow others, we are really working on someone’s else’s priorities.  Which leads to the next evolution: how we actually spent our time indicates how well we manage OUR priorities.

So if your New Year’s resolution is important, have you made time for it?  Or are you just following fads?  And if you did make the time, was it enough? Or do you need to rethink your priority?

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