Time we have

The time we have. Time for work and time for rest. The point is to see what we are doing during this time, how we use it, what actions, projects and how. Moreover, not everyone has the same amount of time available in their life, because each life has its own duration, and then … the adventure is over. Therefore, it will be useful to take your life in your own hands and decide as soon as possible how to use it. Complaining, complaining, disappointing is not beneficial for anyone, not to mention us. Therefore, time can be said that this is the most democratic resource of all existing, it is the only thing that we all have in common in the same quantity, and quality is a decision that every person must make … or let others take it for us. Time is a democratic resource.

The statements “I have little time”, “it would take more time”, “the time will never be enough”, which we all use, is a linguistic form that instead requires thinking and focusing on the time of events. This seems obvious, but it is not. Since time is set, we can work on organization, programming, priorities, delegation, etc., but not on time.

This leads to a change in the radical mentality: instead of filling the time with the actions that need to be performed, evaluate the time required for this activity, regardless of what we have, and then proceed with the decisive schedule. Otherwise, we will strive to use all the time that we have for each action, until something more urgent stops us. Thus, time management affects not only business results, but also our self-esteem and well-being.

Feeling at the end of the day, spending time, not deciding what was suggested, not going into the blender and moving from one problem to another, not having control over it, can only increase stress, dissatisfaction and ultimately it leads to wear and tear, until it becomes demotivated and reconciled with a life that we have not completely chosen and wished for.

So let’s not spend more time and see how everyone can make the most of their time by focusing on activities, rather than on time, on organization, on themselves.

So let’s not spend more time and see how everyone can make the most of their time using schedules and time management. At this point, as soon as we get more information about the situation, we will instinctively test our abilities, our resources and limitations: if we suffer from a hernia of the intervertebral disc, it’s not really so with the rise. Optimization of repeated weights, if we are 30 years old, is one thing, if we have 70 it is another. In fact, we are more or less consciously testing ourselves, our resources and limitations. At this stage of the journey, we are going to organize ourselves in order to optimize the work, so we will plan.

In short, we would choose what to do first, and secondly, where to put the materials, how to do what, delegate to others, what to do manually, what to do with the tools and in accordance with the available time, the rhythm that needs to be maintained. In essence, we are planning an action strategy. So, let’s move on to the actions by following the steps and paths that we have identified. What could be an alternative to this behavior? Continue with your head bowed and begin to arrange everything that appears before us in the best way, without a strategy, direction, goal, if you do not eliminate as many things as possible.

Well, our day is like that warehouse where you can find many things and unforeseen things on every corner. What strategy do we usually use? Planning and programming, or going to hand? … oh, I forgot: the initial question would be appropriate, namely: “Do I have to leave everything or are there things that can be thrown away or ignored”?

Yes, since space is limited and at some point it will be exhausted, so it would be better to act in order of priority, that is, first of important things, and then superfluous. This is also true for our limited time 24 hours a day, and therefore we must choose how to use it with awareness and foresight.