Time Management Tips Lemoore CA

That understanding colors the way you look at your future. Time has become a finite commodity. The issue now is to make the most of the time and to make sure you have the money to do that, even though you will never know how much time you have left. The challenge is not to count the minutes, but to make the minutes count.

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Time Management Tips

Let's overcome the first objection to retirement planning: I don't have enough time. Get over it. There will never be enough time to do all the things you want to do, to make all the money you want to make, to enjoy all the things life has to offer. The secret is to make use of the time you have, starting right this minute. Time is money. If you are like most people, you feel you don't have enough of either. And you're probably right. But if you were asked to choose between the two, your answer would be revealing. If you choose time, it means you've reached the point in life where realities change. You understand the simple truth: Time can buy you money, but no amount of money can buy you time.

That understanding colors the way you look at your future. Time has become a finite commodity. The issue now is to make the most of the time and to make sure you have the money to do that, even though you will never know how much time you have left. The challenge is not to count the minutes, but to make the minutes count.

CONSUMING TIME AND MONEY

It's not your imagination that time is flying by faster than ever. The days of your childhood, when summer stretched on endlessly, are long behind you. Now the days, months and years fly by quickly; you ask: Where did all the time go and where did all the money go? Some of the money that slipped through your fingers is all around you.

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