Joshua lee Graham – Time Mastery Part 2
So you’ve looked one year into the future, the next step I now just want you to look 1 week into the future and schedule these things in. Now you can schedule them in at any point this I will leave up to you however I highly suggest if you have put more sleep on your list not to do this during working hours! I’ve worked in call centres in the past and have witnessed two people fall asleep… I didn’t see either of them the following day.
I also know from my own experience it may sound easier than I make out. We have our own businesses, some of you are parents and even finding time to go through this is limited! Some people wouldn’t have even made it to this point of the PDF because they ‘didn’t have time’ but I want to share something with you that should encourage and empower you.
24 hours X 7 days = 168 hours
We have 168 hours in a week
40 hour work week + 56 (8 hrs sleep) = 96 hours
Remaining time = 72 hours
Even if you did an extra 10 hours of work a week you would still have 62 hours… that is a lot of time.
When we don’t plan out our times for the things that are important to us, we get distracted by social media, television or even short bursts of nothingness and complain about how we don’t have time. I found this out the hard way but if you don’t respect time you’ll find that it is not returned to you.
Time management is really self-management, time itself is not adaptable, we human beings are. As people we are products of our own habits, your behaviours determine your habits which impact your destiny.
‘ Time is free but it’s priceless.
You can’t own it but you can use it.
You can’t keep it but you can spend it.
Once you’ve lost it you can never get it back. ‘
Following this process has helped me greatly so this is my gift to you. Please share this with anyone else that would value creating more time to do the things they want. If you have any questions or want any further support please message me at firstname.lastname@example.org or find me on Facebook Joshua Lee Graham