Getting the things you want in life will take some sacrifice. It’s going to require you to take action, which requires time, which means you’ll need to reduce the time you spend on other areas of your life. The challenge many people face is not having enough time, usually as a result of not wanting to give up any time on the things they already do as part of their daily routine.
I know life can be hectic and finding the time to do what you need to do isn’t always easy but keep in mind that we all have 24 hours a day and how you choose to use your time today will determine what you’ll be spending your time doing in the future. Spending a few hours a week exercising, for example, may lead to a future full of fun activities while not doing so could lead to a future full of illnesses and hospital visits.
For some people, finding the time could be as simple as watching less TV or surfing the internet less. For others, it could mean sacrificing some sleep. In any case, if you don’t make the time to work on creating the life you want, you’re eventually going to be forced to spend a LOT of time dealing with a life you don’t want.
As the saying goes, “If you don’t have the time, make the time.”
– Kevin Ngo
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