“Don’t manage your time; manage your life.” John Maxwell
Life is more than earning a living; it’s about building a life. While everyone needs a formal education it seems to me that we are left to ourselves to figure out how to translate that education into life skills. Ideally, we would be able to model those needed skills from our parents or other close family members, but what if they never figured it out for themselves.
These articles are written for adults, and we’ve been around the block more times than we care to admit. You should have formulated by now those things that you value most. Not only are these things personal, but they also reflect the stage of life in which each of us finds ourselves. Last week I suggested you commit those values to paper. If you did that then now is the time to give each one a priority.
If you can imagine a funnel, that is what we are trying to create with our Time Fitness concept—to create the life we want. The funnel might look something like this:
Activity: Date Night with my spouse
Daily to do: Under Friday- Movie
Appointment: 6:30 go to cinema x see Sniper
If you don’t plan, it doesn’t happen. Whether you get your desired results is up to you.