Whenever people hear of having to know something they don’t know, the common reflexive response is – “I don’t have time to learn this now”. This is almost as if regretting the fact that they missed knowing this earlier, when they may have had the choice to spend time on this.
We only seem to have time to be more of what we are. Unfortunately so. We don’t ‘have’ the time to be different from what we are. Or at least to be different from what we think we are. We think we are bound to be the way we think we are. Think about it. And think about where to get the time from, to be different from what we think we are.
I’ve realized that making time begins in the mind, and fructifies in removing waste reducers. I just believe I have more time than my watch may tell me. My to-do list is always longer than my day, but never so long that I feel defeated. I always believe that if I’m doing something I’ve done before, I will take less time doing it again. That’s where I ‘make’ time.
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