Time - 24 Hours
Note: This is probably the most unorganized grouping of thoughts that I've ever assembled, it's more thoughts turned written rant then blog. But, I hope my point escapes the haze, at least vaguely...
Tick, tick, tick.
Let us bear in mind that it is nothing short of incredible that each one of us is afforded the entirety of the same twenty-four hours of every single day. We have this precious time to love, play, work, all of the above... Or whatever it happens to be that we choose to do with our glorious passing moments.
Since all of us breathing have been given the gift of the present, we must be certain to use it in careful judgement.
Each morning when the sun rises on our part of this extraordinary planet we have infinite choices to make regarding our schedules. The trick is figuring out how to use the time that we're blessed with wisely. We must do something within our 24 hour slots that adds value to our worlds.
A best use of the day model to diagram our lives hour by hour would be ideal.
However, we're all so different as individuals, there's just no possibility of Googling the right model (even if one existed) that would accurately suit our needs as the unique personalities that we all are.
I happen to be convinced that we all truly aspire to work less, so that we can play, love and fill in the blank more.
While we may love what our work is, nobody really loves work versus freedom to do whatever we want to do whenever we want to do it.
As entrepreneurial spirited people our individualized mental selection committee has to continue to become more adept at choosing what we can do to be more efficient while we work. We must remain diligent and focused on our goals. It is imperative to keep our objectives in the very forefront of our minds at all times. Do whatever it takes to make this happen each day.
The number one reason that the vast majority of us find ourselves questing for efficiency and seamless functionality as we work from home:
To have more of one of the few gifts that we can truly give ourselves, time.
The money generated is merely a bi-product.
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