Respecting Time by Using it Wisely
On this show… We are checking it twice, looking to the horizon, and consulting a trusted advisor as we discuss; a clock, a compass, and a companion. This show is not to scare you with reminders like, “You’re running out of time” or “Look at you, you’re still in the same spot” or even to provide a disclaimer like, “You can’t go it alone”. Instead, it’s to remind you how precious time is, and how important it could be to identify what you want so you know where you need to go. And to encourage you to look to or strengthen your inner circle to provide love, support, and inspiration along your journey. We all desire to go somewhere emotionally, spiritually, and physically. Do you think that might require some mindful preparation? Ready to pack your bags and pause the mail?
I attended a leadership conference the other day and came away so inspired. So I would say, they nailed it. Regardless of the business you're in, I think we can all appreciate a day of encouraging talks as we are reminded about the bigger picture and mission in life. It’s easy to get sucked into the day-to-day and lose sight of what’s important. We have meetings, emails, deadlines, and endless to-do’s. Even if you aren’t running the rat race anymore you can get preoccupied with the problems of the world with its perceived timelines and schedules.
How much time do you spend in silence, pondering life, and preparing for what’s next? That’s right ….silence. Not reading, watching, or listening to anything. Not surfing, or clicking, or posting anywhere. Just thinking. Not reminiscing, rehashing, or ruminating. Just thinking.
Time and space are so important to learn who, why, and what you need.
An Ode to Silence: Why You Need It in Your Life
And how to find more of it found at health.clevelandclinic.org
During the conference, John Maxwell, world-renowned speaker, coach, and pastor, and author of The 21 Irrefutable Laws of Leadership and The 21 Indispensable Qualities of a Leader, mentioned this notion of a clock, a compass, and a companion.
Dr. Nikki Martinez shares her ideas on How to Surround Yourself with Positive People found at everydaypower.com
Here are: 7 Tips to Help You Embark on a Journey of Self Discovery found at Bodhiheart.com
Nick Wignall leaves us with 4 Psychological Habits of Highly Self-Aware People found at medium.com
CHALLENGE: pack light for your journey as you will pick up plenty of tools along your way. Maximize your time as you shoot for goals allowing those who care to support your efforts. Build the necessary network by investing your time and energy into others.
I Know YOU Can Do It!
It is Free