Time is Finite. Are You Using Yours Effectively?


There are only 24 hours in a day. We can’t manufacture more time. It’s a finite resource that we have to manage. Sure, you can squeeze a few more hours of work out by skimping on sleep or neglecting your family but that’s no way to live.

How you spend your time tells a lot about you and what you value most.

You can’t get back the time you didn’t spend and you can’t replace the time that you did.

How are you spending your time?

Does where you spend it reflect the values you claim to live by?

Are you keeping what really matters a priority?

In your business, are you trading time for dollars? If so, what will you do when the intersection of time and capacity overlap and become a ceiling that limits you?

These are all questions to ask yourself now because when you ask the right questions you can find the right answers. And, when you do… you’ll find the map to use your time more effectively because you’ll be more focused on what matters most.

Daniel Decker
Daniel Decker is President of Higher Level Group, Inc., a strategic marketing and development firm that helps authors, professional speakers, and organizations who are doing good to expand their influence. LINKS: Follow @DanielDecker on Twitter | Visit the "About" Page | Subscribe to the Blog and get updates via RSS or Email.
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