Time and tide wait for no one

You can’t save up time.  You can’t refuse to spend it.  You can’t set it aside.*
(Seth Godin)

The more you can manage yourself, the less other people need to manage you, the more intrinsically valuable you are to them.**
(Hugh Macleod)

We may talk about setting time aside and saving time but it won’t be there when we go back to it.  It’ll be gone forever.

We now know that not all time is the same, though, relatively speaking.  This is certainly true when we bring time and discipline together.

Those with imaginative and supportive habits and rituals, and who spend time reflecting through these, seem to be able to expand time and therefore the possibilities what can happen within it.

Everyone will come up with different habits and ways of reflection.  It doesn’t so much matter how but that we will.

Go make some time.

(*From Seth Godin’s blog: The difference between time and money.)
(**From gapingvoid’s blog: Eight behaviours for self management.)

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