Many entrepreneurs start a business in search of freedom, only to find that they are still slaves to work because they lack one essential element: control over time.
To make time for what’s truly important, you don’t need as much time as you think. You need something else.
Funny, isn’t it, how it’s called Daylight Savings Time, yet we don’t save much. In fact, we feel like we lost an hour.
When you try to override stuck and force something into alignment, you risk greater damage to the entire structure and its contents.
One of the most common questions people ask me is: How long does it take to create a new habit? Here’s why this question is not relevant, and what you should focus on instead.
Most productivity experts begin their advice under the assumption that we seek “more time.” But more time is not really what we seek.
The focus on timing over time management is great progress in crafting a more constructive conversation around productivity. But time isn’t the whole story.