In the last post I said that time flies and you are the pilot. How, then, do you want your time to fly?
There are many important things in life. And many not so important things that tend to take our attention.
How to find time for the things that really matter to you? Here are 5 questions to help you free up time for those really important things. Ask yourself:
If you don’t have a clear focus on what is most important in your life, you very easily spend too much time and energy on things that aren’t really that important to you.
So, remind yourself every day of what is truly most important to you.
How can you prevent those things from distracting you? It could be by:
Could it be your smart phone, TV-shows, or that you bring your work home?Determine to reduce or eliminate those distractions.
One of the smarter ways to simplify your life and free up time is to set limits.
Here are some areas where you can set powerful and healthy limits:
For example, how do you use daily travel time or waiting-time? If you add up all such time available to you in 2017, how would you best want to use that? Maybe to educate yourself by reading books or listening to audio books or podcasts. Even just 10-20 minutes of daily commuting time add up to many hours in a year.