"Time is on my side, yes it is" - The Rolling Stones
"Time is a created thing. To say 'I don't have time,' is like saying 'I don't want to." - Lao Tzu, 6th Century BC Chinese Philosopher, Author of the Tao Te Ching and Founder of Taoism
"If you always say 'I don't have time' you may end up with too much of it on your hands." - Jackie Woodside, Conscious Living
Step 1: Become aware of what you do each day spend time on what serves you and your cause.
Time is not a manageable commodity. We are all given the same resource, the same 24/7. You cannot manage time. What you CAN manage is how you consciously chose to utilize time. on your desktop or a note pad, make a rough outline.
Step 2: objectively and lovingly notice It is often seen as more socially responsible to be busy.
Do you spend your time furthering your mission or keeping up with the Joneses? Follow the internal nudge you hear in quiet, alone time and send love to fear of failure and change
Step 3: What do you Like and Dislike?
Ever notice how some people have a short fuse or how others aren't bothered by what drives you crazy?! Situations and time periods are not stressful, you are responding to an external stimuli that you have labeled as a 'Dislike.' Notice after your reactions today what you like or dislike.
Step 4: 1 Minute of Quiet Time Start right now!
Don't worry about the idealized, quiet mind. you have 1,440 minutes each day, dedicate 1 to unplugging before serving others