Value Your Time

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Value Your Time

Then Others Will Value It Too

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“If you don’t value your time, neither will others.” Kim Garst, Biographer, Entrepreneur, CEO Boom (social blog), Personal Branding, Everpedia.

 


 

Wastingtime is something most can’t afford, having a limited number of hours in which to accomplish the outcome that we value.

 


 

We perhaps want to live healthily, while having a career, and while responding to family responsibilities. Reducing the number of activities we are involved in, or to get ourselves efficiently organized, could be a priority.

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Thinking about what I want to accomplish first thing in the morning while I have my coffee, I can be efficient throughout the day. Then, I tidy my house, on rising, so things are presentable for callers.

Cooking nutritional meals can be time-intensive. Sometimes difficult to accomplish when I am working, but important. Meals can be thought out, shopped for, and even prepared on the weekend.

Time for rejuvenation, appointments, exercise, are mandatory. With a bit of forethought, a few minutes can be periodically found, for these essentials. Maybe you prefer to exercise in the morning. You could accomplish a few movements, while your porridge is cooking? If you have an appointment, you could tidy up with the ten minutes you have before departing.

 


 

If the basics are scheduled, and managed, the day is less stressful.Dressing, or finding what is required, moves quickly because all eventualities are considered. When you know the exact location of “the works”, you don’t spend precious time hunting for those missing items.

 


 


Submitted: June 17, 2020

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