Investing the time to plan out your schedule in advance will save you a lot of time and stress in the long run—but you probably already know that. In this article you’ll find simple yet powerful tools to get your life back.
Have you ever tried to have a perfect day and it didn’t work out as you planned it?
The good news is that if you can visualize a perfect day, you can make it happen. But you may have to change the way you think. First and foremost, you need to understand that event management, not time management, is the critical factor for creating the perfect day.
As Joey Reiman says in Thinking for a Living, “Time cannot be expanded, accumulated, or mortgaged. It’s the one thing that’s beyond our control. We can only learn to tame the time we have and make it work for us rather than against us.”
If you tame time today, you will transform your opportunities tomorrow. In the process, you will begin to earn more money in less time with less stress.
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