In a survey I conducted, a reader wrote:
"Time. What about lack of time? How to approach this problem?"
Here's the deal:
You already have all the time there is!
There's no "lack" if it. None whatsoever. You, me, and Bill Gates all have the exact same one hundred sixty-eight hours every week. The difference between us lies in our use of that time, something Wallace D. Wattles addressed rather nicely in "Time", the first of seven articles in his What Is Truth? series, when he wrote:
"Time is; and we must use it, whether we will or not. And the use we make of present time decides the use we shall be able to make of future time; just as the use we made of past time has fixed our place in present time. The use we make of today decides the use we shall be able to make of tomorrow. To be strong and wise is to be able to use time well; and to use time well is to become continually stronger and wiser. Success, growth and development are only attained by the right use of time; and we are failures today in exact proportion as we have erred in our use of time past. To know the right use of the present moment is therefore of immense importance; and to have the will to make the right use of it is more important still. If man can - and will - make the right use of every moment of time, he must certainly become a being of marvelous power and wholeness. Oh, the wasted time! The misspent time! The lost time!"
So, lack of time isn't your "problem" - your use of it is!
Though it's not possible to create more time, it is, I've discovered, possible to "compress" it and produce ten times the results you're producing now. Specifically how you do that is something I cover in-depth in my new Wallace D. Wattles Productivity Acceleration Course. Click or tap the link below to get started today.
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