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How to Squeeze More Out of Each & Every Day…

11 May 2011 No Comment

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You ARE What You Do With Your Time

african american woman using laptop“Sure, getting tasks done quickly is an important component of life, but it is not THE MOST important one. A life spent trying to fill every moment with fun, excitement and even productivity is an award-winning recipe for a nervous breakdown and for losing everything in your life that truly matters.

Again, you ARE what you DO with your time…If you’ve ever had the thought that your life stinks or ever wished that you were more like someone you know or know of, what you were really saying is that you would like to make better choices and spend your time like that other person. You were basically saying that you want to do the things that other person does, because to ‘be’ like someone else is simply to spend your time doing the same things they do.

In our research, we uncovered over 1,100 un-supportive beliefs and attitudes that the “average” person has about time and the amount of it they have, and how they choose to use their daily allotment…”

Find out what those core beliefs are so you can AVOID them by clicking here >>


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