Time – Work with What You Have Now
I’m sure that we all have wished we had more time at some point along the way.
“I’d get so much more done if I didn’t have to work full time.”
“I’ll have so much more time after the kids are grown.”
“I’ll have so much more time to work on my business when I can afford to quit my job.”
The fact is, we all have things to do. Lots of things. So how do you fit running your own business, or gardening, or exercising, into an already full day?
The key is not wishing for more time, but working with the time you have now.
Let’s say you would like to write an article for a client, or for your website, on a subject that you know. Believe it or not, you can get it done, even if you only have fifteen minutes a day.
Here is the plan.
Day 1: Write out your idea, Just a rough sketch will do.
Day 2: Organize your thoughts into an outline. You can always change this later.
Day 3: Write a paragraph. It doesn’t even have to be the first paragraph.
Day 4: Repeat Day 3 until the article is finished.
Day 5: Edit for grammar and spelling.
Day 6: Find a good illustration, if necessary.
Day 7: Post it!
Of course, if you need to do some research for your article, it will take longer. You can see though, that writing an article in two weeks is better than writing no article at all. It is infinitely better than watching television.
Work with the time you have now.
Now imagine that you had 30 minutes a day. What could you get done if you devoted an hour or two every day to working for yourself?
All that time would indeed add up fast.
So, work with the time you have NOW. The days will not get any longer than 24 hours. Learn to claim the time you have, and you will be able to get more done than you could imagine.
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