I Don’t Have Time is a lie
Not enough time to exercise. Not enough time to cook healthy meals. Not enough time to clean. Not enough time to pursue hobbies. Sound familiar? We’ve all said things like this before, but as Nerd Fitness points out, “I don’t have enough time” is a lie.
We don’t have enough time in the day for everything we might want to do, but we must have enough time for our priorities.
Whenever you find yourself thinking “I don’t have time” change it to “It’s not a priority.”
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I caught myself this morning saying something really intelligent. (probably because of the movie I watched last night
I am learning marketing, and I just participated in a 3-day event… I have a list of things I want to implement that I just learned at this event that ended last night.
Of course, most of the things I learned replace my ineffective marketing actions from before the event.
And there is a moment of reckoning: I have been doing it all wrong. I have spent a lot of money advertising the wrong way. I have been doing a lot of work that is now all wasted.
Sinking feeling in the stomach.
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That sinking feeling… that you don’t measure up, the impending doom, being found out… fear of death…
I just read an article on the New York Times, and ended up having that sinking feeling in my stomach.
I don’t often have it myself, that sinking feeling in my stomach, but I experience it from students on the calls, so I decided to investigate.
The article was about the next 200 billion company. I had an experience of being a midget in a world of giants. I had an experience of being insignificant, nobody, wannabe, a failure, a nothing.
In olden times this would effect me and my mood for hours, days, weeks… depression would set in. I would look at my projects and feel ashamed.
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