Aug 03,2018 at 07:29 am

Perhaps  the  greatest  single  problem that people  have  today is  “time  poverty.”   Working people  have  too  much  to  do  and too  little  time  for  their  personal  lives.    

Most people  feel  overwhelmed  with  responsibilities  and  activities,  and  the  harder  they work,  the  further  behind  they  feel.   This  sense  of  being  on  a  never-ending  treadmill can  cause  you  to  fall  into  the  reactive/responsive  mode  of  living.   Instead of  clearly deciding  what you want to  do,  you continually  react to  what is  happening around you.    Pretty  soon  you  lose  all  sense  of  control.   You feel  that your  life  is  running you, rather  than you running your  life.   

On  a  regular  basis,  you have  to  stand back  and take  stock of  yourself  and what you’re  doing.   You have  to  stop  the  clock and  do  some  serious  thinking  about  who you are  and where  you are  going.   

You have  to  evaluate  your  activities  in  the  light of what  is  really  important  to  you.   

You  must  master  your  time  rather  than  becoming  a slave  to  the  constant flow  of  events  and demands  on  your  time.   And  you  must organize  your  life  to  achieve  balance,  harmony,  and inner  peace. 

Taking  action  without  thinking  is  the  cause  of  every  failure.   Your  ability  to  think is  the  most  valuable  trait that you possess.   

If  you improve  the  quality of  your thinking,  you  improve  the  quality  of  your  life sometimes  immediately. 

In  your  work  or  business  life,  there  are  so  many  demands  on  your  time  from other  people  that  very  little  of  your  time  is  yours to  use as  you  choose.  However, at home  and  in  your  personal  life  you can exert a tremendous  amount of  control  over how you  use your  time.  And  it  is  in  this  area that  I  want  to  focus. 

Personal  time  management begins  with you.   It  begins  with your  thinking through what  is  really  important  to  you  in  life.   And  it  only  makes  sense  if  you  organize  it around  specific  things  that  you  want  to  accomplish.   You need  to  set goals  in  three major areas of your  life.  

First,  you  need  family  and  personal  goals.  These are  the reasons  why  you  get  up  in  the  morning,  why  you  work  hard  and  upgrade  your  skills, why  you  worry  about money and sometimes  feel  frustrated  by the  demands  on  your time. 

What  are  your  personal  and  family  goals,  both  tangible  and  intangible?  A  tangible family  goal  could  be  a bigger  house,  a better  car,  a larger  television  set,  a vacation, or  anything else  that costs  money.   

An intangible  goal  would  be  to  build  a  higher quality  relationship  with your  spouse  and children,  to  spend more  time  with your family  going  for  walks  or  reading books.   Achieving these  family  and personal  goals are  the  real  essence  of  time  management,  and its  major  purpose. 

The  second  area  of  goals  are  your  business and  career goals.  These are the “how”  goals,  the  means  by  which you achieve  your  personal,  “why”  goals.   

How  can you  achieve  the  level of  income  that  will enable  you  to  fulfill  your  family  goals?  

How can  you  develop  the  skills  and  abilities  to  stay  ahead  of  the  curve  in  your  career? 

Business and  career goals are absolutely  essential,  especially  when  balanced  with family  and personal  goals. 

The  third type  of  goals  are  your  personal  development goals.  Remember,  you can’t  achieve  much  more  on  the outside than  what  you  have achieved  on  the inside.   Your  outer  life  will be  a  reflection  of  your  inner  life.  If  you  wish  to  achieve  worthwhile things  in  your  personal  and your  career  life,  you  must  become  a  worthwhile  person in  your  own  self-development.  

You  must  build  yourself  if  you  want  to  build  your  life.   Perhaps the greatest  secret  of success is  that  you  can  become  anything  you  really want  to  become  to  achieve  any  goal  that you really  want to  achieve.  But in  order  to do  it,  you must  go  to  work  on  yourself  and never  stop. 

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