Time is Non-Refundable…Use it With Intention
It’s amazing how easily we can get distracted and before you know it hours have been lost and your day is behind you.
Time seems to have the ability to expand and contract based on how we fill it.
If only two items need to be accomplished in a day, those two items somehow end up taking most of day. Yet when a day is packed with 5 or 6 important tasks to complete somehow it takes the same amount of time.
Einstein believed that time wasn’t linear.
In fact he’s quoted saying, “The separation between past, present and future is only an illusion, although a convincing one.”
Maybe that’s not a bad idea to live by. It certainly makes it easier to focus your attention on the present moment.
However you decide to focus, make sure you focus with intention.
Prioritize the tasks that you need to complete each day. Then keep your list handy and in front of you to help you stay focused. If you find yourself getting distracted ask if your distraction trumps the importance of the items on your list.
With intention guiding you, accomplishing your daily goals becomes easier and more rewarding…
…and there’s nothing like the feeling you get from crossing items off your list at the end of the day.
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