When I am consulting people, I very often hear the phrase “I don’t have time”: there is no time to workout and exercise; no time to cook healthy food; there is no time to create an additional source of income and so on. Yes, people work a lot, spend a lot of time in a traffic jam, but don’t we really have time?!
Let’s calculate: there are 168 hours in a week - 56 hours (8 hours of sleep x 7 days a week) - 50 hours (10 hours work x 5 days a week) = 62 hours free time. 62 hours x 4 weeks = 248 hours free time per month. 248 hours x 12 months = 2,976 hours That’s more than 4 months a year. 4 months of free time!
Who do you dedicate this time to? What are you doing at this time? Your future depend on that how you use this time.
And most importantly, be honest with yourself before answering these questions.
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When you are focused on your goal, your mind begins to move along the path of its realization. Suddenly, you have different ideas, you get to know the people you need, circumstances themselves develop in such a way that everything works out for you, in problems you see opportunities and inside you you feel enthusiasm.
Therefore, you always need to start with clearly formulated goals. What do you want? How would you like to see your life? How good should it be? What would you like to change dramatically? Focus on opportunities, not problems. You focus on the result, on what you want to achieve. This is the most basic thing. This is where it all starts.