Using Time Wisely

We covered the Four Currencies last week and Time is the first of four. So, analyzing how you are spending your time is crucial.

What we covered on January 19th: “Learning to outperform 98% of our fellows is a journey that first begins in your mind. Everything is created twice, first in your mind and second in reality. Goals are created in reality by individuals through their actions, as they act out their beliefs and values about themselves and how the outer world they see reflects those values. The inner world of our mind translates to the outer world that we see and act upon. Is the glass half empty or half full? Actually the glass is refillable.”

Time is the only resource that is not refillable. So it’s paramount that creating your daily schedule must be congruent with your greatest value. Creating a purposeful life, setting goals for its achievement and becoming creative in finding the methods and resources in its attainment. Create your Vision and mission in life which is consistent with your personal values then set the goals, methods and means for its attainment. Your daily schedule will need to be congruent with your values and vision and worthy of the time invested. The present moment is all we have to execute our plan and make our life worthwhile.

Congruency is important; we must live in accordance with our highest, most noble values, walking the talk as we say. Building a life of value enables one to become recognized as a true friend and leader. This is the currency based on trust. This will create a synergy with the currencies of time and relationships (trust) resulting in a greater probability of exponential growth.

Action steps:
1. Create a Vision for yourself.
2. Write a plan of action, prioritize.
3. Live the plan as if you have become your vision.
4. Find mentors.
5. Act in the present moment.

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