Let me start with a statement:

“The moment you don’t have time for something, it’s because it’s not important enough for you.”

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Ask yourself: Where do I don’t have time for? And check how important the task itself is for you. Take just 3 minutes.

Maybe you have noticed that “no time” is in fact an excuse for not dealing with the task itself. Or you want to procrastinate the task or you just think it’s not important enough.

I don’t have time for working out”, it’s a classic. You just think it’s not that important, but you want to look good in other people's eyes: so you look busy and you use time as an excuse. This process is something very natural to humans. …


Matthias Nys

Mobile Solutions Architect — Coffee Geek. Tech Freak. Entrepreneur — Trefork.io | B-NYS.com

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