Whose time?

It amazes me how many people are still working 60, 80, 100+ hours per week at their corporate job — no matter how much they “love it”. I used to be one of these workaholics not long ago — constantly working on busy work, things that I thought were mission critical, urgent, hyper-important, or that needed to be done … Continue reading Whose time?

Time is a constant

Whether you do one or many things in a period of time, time will always move — always forward, never backwards. It’s one of few things that lies outside of our control. You can choose to only work for a company for three years and three years will pass by. Or you can decide to work for … Continue reading Time is a constant

Lateness

Learning to be punctual is a skill that you’ll learn along your journey. The sooner you learn this, the better you’ll become using your time. You will eventually learn that being late to appointments, gatherings, and other important events not only makes you look bad, but you’re also losing important time with whoever you’re meeting … Continue reading Lateness