"Time if life. It is irreversible and irreplaceable. To waste your time is to waste your life, but to master your time is to master your life and make the most of it."- Alan Lakein
The most important step is to develop a new way of looking at time. We need to view it as a resource. It's always there, but like any other resource, it can be put to good use or it can be wasted. But there's one big difference between this resource and others: we can't save it, store it up, stockpile it, or hoard it. We can't turn it on or off, and we can't replace it. We're forced to spend it, minute by minute. And once we spend it, we can't retrieve it. That's why the way we spend our time is the way we measure the quality of our lives. Time is life.
There are some distince differences between the way winners and losers view time, talk about time, and use time. Here are some examples:
They kill time.
They waste time.
They lose time.
They let time slip away.
They take time for granted.
They squander time.
They can't find time.
They use time.
They spend time wisely.
They value time.
They organize their time.
They treasure time.
They schedule time.
They make time.
Four Keys to Mastering Your Time and Your Life:
1. Plan your day
2. Make appointments with yourself
3. Use the little-bit-at-a-time approach
4. Know your most productive time
Success is the result of hard work
done little by little, day by day.