“A man who dares to waste one hour of time has not discovered the value of life.”– Charles Darwin
Time is life. If you love your life, you will love your time. You will know how to manage your time. YOU will not waste your time.
Time is flying by. The question is, what are you busy doing?
Are you busy growing yourself? Are you busy growing other people? Are you busy dwelling on the past? Are busy living in the future? What are you busy doing?
Time is important. Manage it well. You were created to manage your time. Don’t let your time manage you. Know what is important to you. Know what is not important to you. That is time management.
Stop making excuses. Making excuses will not lead you to your dreams. It prevents you from achieving your dreams. Don’t just go through life. Grow through life. Do not settle for less. Resent poverty. Don’t accept things that will move you away from your goals.
You are here to grow, not to waste your time. You are here to multiply, not to decline. Don’t waste your time. Take bold steps toward your dreams. If you don’t take it, no one will take it for you. Take it.
Spend your precious time with your loved ones. They love you. Be with them. Don’t spend your time with people who are putting you down. Spend your time with people who value you, who loved you, who are praying for you to succeed, who are ready to lift you up when you are down.
Your time on earth is limited, whether you want to hear it or not. You don’t have hundred years to get things done. You don’t have eternity to change your life. You don’t have eternity to forgive those who have wronged you. Spend your time wisely.
Spend time with yourself. We don’t do this anymore. We are there for people, but they are not there for us when we need them. We are always busy, always working, always on the phone, always angry, always worrying, always focusing on our mistakes, always trying to fit in. These things are good, but wrong. They are good because some of them are the right things to do. Others are just wrong. Just wrong!
No matter what, always find time to connect with yourself. If you don’t have time to connect with yourself, when will you do it? When?
The more you connect with yourself, the more you will know yourself. The more you will know what you want and need. The better for you.
Find time to relax, to read, to love, to think, to build positive friendships, to clean up your brain. Time is flying by. Find time to enjoy your life. Now. One great thinker said, “Everything has been figured out, except how to live.”