Good afternoon, good people

Having written briefly about the illusion of time, import and necessity of utilizing this present time, it's expedient I remind you that I'm only trying to share a lesson and my thoughts from the phrase "Let what will matter later, matter now", just as I've written yesterday, hence, this post isn't focused on giving you a practical steps on how to get tasks done in their order of priority. You can, however, find relevant materials online on 'the four quadrants of time management' to help you keep the track of time.

Now, going a step further from where I stopped yesterday, majority want to find themselves in a future they are not prepared for, not because they consciously do not prepare, but because the work demand or the process of reaching their desired future is quite laborious and they are also being deceived by illusive infinite time ahead of them. That's why any set time not prepared for and worked towards will COME MEET US where we are with nothing to show for it.


Only if we stop our denial of reality, and do the needful in time and not at time, will things change. Going to meet time is thus, a mindset to adopt. I resonate with this quote by Elon Musk "If you give yourself 30 days to clean your home, it will take you 30 days. But if you give yourself 3 hours, it will take 3 hours. The same applies to your goals, ambitions, and potential." Even, if the cleaning doesn't finish in 3 hours, you will be surprised you will only have few more hours to round up, as compared to a whole 30 days.

Going to meet time is to your advantage, a conscious and continuous preparation towards a set goal, it can also be a preparation for opportunities yet unseen, for 'the more sweat you shed in peace, the less blood you shed in war.' There is NO still time, it is always moving, don't be still, so that the future won't meet you where you are unprepared and nothing to show for it.

Go Meet The Time,
For The Future is Now,
Let what will matter later, matter NOW.



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