All of us live busy lives. Occasionally we might be late for an appointment or date. When possible give yourself lots of time to arrive for your appointments – it is respectful of the time of others.
Over the past few months, I’ve been finding it hard to make really solid progress. Everything I do has felt small and painful. There’s been a lot of uncertainty in my life and finding the energy to move forward was difficult. During these times, there are the things you must do, no questions asked, one way or another they must be done. While these can be tough, there’s something about the mandatory nature that means they happen.
People often ask me “how do you do it all Tom!?” How do you oversee a large company? How do you find time to write books? How do you manage to have a successful online community? How do you fit in speaking and consulting engagements? And how in the world do you find it in your schedule to spend time with family and friends? Well...it’s not easy and at times I have struggled keeping everything successfully together. Truthfully it wasn’t until I made...
Time is one of the most precious non-renewable resources we possess. As a result, there are thousands of books and articles out there that aim to help people manage their time more efficiently and get more done. We might all have the same 168 hours per week at our disposal, but even though we try to schedule each and every hour, we can find ourselves falling further and further behind if we continue to schedule based only on time and fail to include three other crucial points – energy, interest and routine.