“Time is the most valuable asset you don’t own. You may or may not realize it yet, but how you use or don’t use your time is going to be the best indication of where your future is going to take you.” – Mark Cuban
There comes a point for every person who wants to pursue greatness where they will have to confront the conflict between time constraints, the life you really want to live. In order to create massive amounts of success, whether in business or in our personal lives, we eventually bump up against the frustrating reality of only having 24 hours in a day. In a fantasy world, we would have an abundance of time and we’d never have to make tough decisions on how we have to allocate it.
So, the question that we all have to wrestle with is this: How do you want to spend your time with people, places, and things…knowing time is finite?
People who live truly great lives are acutely aware they need to be diligent in how they protect their time. They know it is moving fast, and they make deliberate decisions on how they’re going to spend it. No one wants to wake up one day filled with regret on how they spent their most precious asset; their time.
A powerful, and healthy relationship with time requires us to get good at saying “no”, and saying “goodbye” to people, places, and things that don’t serve us anymore. This can be incredibly difficult; as it brings up a lot of emotion such as fear, guilt, shame, and anxiety…
Sometimes, these emotions can be so powerful, they keep us paralyzed from making important, and hard choices on how we allocate our time.
To live a great life requires us to protect our time with the same tenacity that we would protect our loved ones if they were in danger. If you knew your loved ones were in harm’s way, you’d move mountains to make sure they were safe and well. You need to see your relationship with time this way; there are enemies all around us; dangerous forces, dangerous people, and dangerous things all vying to take your time from you without you even knowing.
These people, places and things, don’t care about your ideal life. They don’t care about your goals. They don’t care about your ambition. They don’t care about your success. They care about distracting you further from what matters most to you.
So, what about you?
Are you tired of giving your time and energy away to empty people, empty places and empty things that don’t really matter?
Are you exhausted of giving more of yourself and more of your time, only to have it not appreciated or reciprocated?
Are you ready to start developing a relationship with time that honors, respects, and pushes you toward an ideal life filled with joy and freedom and success?
Are you ready to dig deep inside yourself and address any fears that make it difficult for you to say “no” to things not serving you?
Are you ready to start saying “no”, so you can say “yes” to something even greater?
- If you have a desire to do great things in your life, but feel scattered, uncertain, or disorganized on how to do it, I want to talk to you.
- If you have a desire to make changes in your life in pursuit of something big, but know you need more clarity to get you there, I want to talk to you.
- If you feel stuck or plateaued somewhere in your life, or in a relationship, but know you could be doing something more, I want to talk to you.
- If you know you’re not reaching your fullest potential, but have a desire to start moving in that direction, I want to talk to you.
There’s nothing I love more in life than helping people dream big, pursue crazy ambitious goals that bring them joy, and create massive amounts of success in their lives. If you have a desire for more in your life; more money, more joy, more freedom, more excitement, I have helped thousands of people achieve just that, and I would to help you too.
If this message resonates with you, and you would like to start a conversation on how together we can take you to places that you used to dream about, but have long been forgotten, please send me a message here so we can connect.
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