When someone tells you that they are too "busy".....
It's not a reflection of their schedule;
it's a reflection of YOUR spot on their schedule.
- Dr. Steve Maraboli
We are living in a world that is getting busier by the day.
Everyone and everything is trying to get our attention, all the time. And if we are not careful we will end up spending our own precious time on things that in the end won't matter and it won't help us to develop our own potential and what we are really here on this earth to do.
In other words a lot of us we allow other people's agendas to come before our own and a lot of times it will prevent us from accomplishing our own dream. We put our own dream on the back burner in favor of always being there for others and neglecting ourselves and our own deepest dreams and desires.
In a way we are starving our own soul and it will eventually create a void in our life that we might start to fill with unhealthy choices, instead of feeding our soul with the food that it is longing and staving for.
We all have exactly the same amount of time each day. So what are you doing with your time?
Are you investing in yourself?
Whatever you are doing.... how you spend your time, tells me who you are.
How much time do you spend on working on you?
How much time do you spend on working on your dream?
In the last 90 days, how many books have your read?
In the last year, what new skill or knowledge did you acquire?
What kind of investment have you made in you?
Challenge your schedule for a minute and ask yourself.....are you really being productive or is your life cluttered with all kinds of demands that drains you from being your highest and best self?
Are you substituting business and all the chaos that comes along from business, from actually being productive?
It takes time to be creative and it takes time to create something in your life.
We were meant to be creative during our short time here on earth.
You have a lot of creativity and if you had time you would be creative...right?
The truth is....nobody is too busy, it's just a matter of priorities.
The most important thing is to value your time.
So what are you going to do with you time?
What are you going to do today?