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Many people come to us, saying they have a time management problem. There are just so many things they have to do and so little time in the day to do it. They expect us to give them time management techniques or tricks and tips to deal with this.
And the answer is always: you don’t have a time management problem. You have a commitment problem.
Last weekend, I was on my way to New York City. I had my suitcases in hand, and I was waiting for my driver to take me to the airport. As I was getting into the car, the phone rang. The caller said, “Do you have a minute?” And my answer was No. I was on my way to the airport and would call them once I got a chance.
There was no question about my time. Why? Because I was on a mission. I had a commitment to get to the airport. It was clear in my head what I was to do. I had a purpose and a commitment that I had agreed to.
Now, what if the car broke down on the way? What would I do?
Well, without any hesitation, I would find myself another ride to the airport. Nothing was going to get in the way of me catching my flight to New York.
What happens if you Live like that every single day, with a commitment??
Time management issues arise when we don’t have commitments or a purpose in place. We get out of bed without needing to catch a flight, so we tend to say yes to everyone and everything that demands our time. As a result, we fall behind on other things that we should be doing.
The first thing we do with our clients who have time management issues is to create the ability to stay on their mission and be true to their commitments.
When you have a clear objective or goal, you are much more likely to manage your time effectively to achieve it. You have a purpose and a commitment that you have agreed to, and nothing will get in the way of you accomplishing that goal.
It's essential to start your day with a purpose and a commitment. Before you even get out of bed, think about what you want to accomplish that day. Set goals and prioritize your tasks. If you have a clear objective, it's easier to stay focused and manage your time efficiently.
If you feel like you have a time management problem, it may be time to reevaluate your commitments. Create a clear objective or goal and make a commitment to it. When you are true to your word and have a purpose in place, there is no way you will let anything get in the way of achieving your goals.
With Love
Nectaria @saynaitolife

June 5, 2023

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