Time is our most valuable asset. The easiest example to look at is that we exchange time for money. In most cases, we spend more time at work than home. There never seems to be enough time.
But, the important thing to realize is that if you keep waiting for when you have more time, you will never complete what you set out to do. You will always be busier in the future than you are right now. You will want more kids, you will want to advance more in your career, you will have more activities that you want to do, you will have more obligations and on and on.
You will eventually want more than you do right now. It’s a natural progression.
So you are probably asking, “What does this mean for me right now?”
If that is your question, then here is the answer:
Those things will not only bring value to you, but to those around you. Again, your job is to commit to the things that will progress you in your aspirations, strengths and life in general.
You can most likely commit to some of those things now if you cut out the activities that bring you little or no value. If you do that, my guess is that you will probably have more time than you think. If you still can’t find much time, think about the probability of when you will have more time. Probably not any time soon, right?
But, it is not always about what time you have for your priorities, but it is about the priorities that you make time for.
How much “free time” do you have in your schedule these days? How will you use it more effectively in the future? You can leave your comment below.