Picture a bodybuilder without any idea of his or her own strength. The weights that the bodybuilder will chose will either be too heavy or too light and his or her expensive training sessions are just a waste of time.
You might be this bodybuilder. Until you recognize and accept your present situation as it is, your goals will be far away from you.
Steve Pavlina writes about how acceptance is the key to self-discipline on his blog Personal Development for Smart People. Go check it out and answer the questions that will help you see your present situation as it is.
Decide what you want to do with a day and make it happen. That’s what time management is all about. Making teeny tiny plans and watching them grow into full-scale life goals.
We’re sure our readers already achieve a lot of what you want, but we’re here to make the experience even more pleasant and enjoyable.
Josefine Thronell, journalist & copy writer
Time and change go together like popcorn and movies and the question is: Can we have one without the other?
Anyone who has seen Extreme Home Makeover knows that one and the same space can transform into something completely different. What makes this possible is the passing of time. And in this case of course, lots of friendly neighbours.
If time was capricious and independent it could very well decide to leave change behind and go on without it. How would we know if the world and everything in it suddenly froze? Millions of years could have passed since you started reading this sentence.
There is no simple definition of time. Philosophers still argue on whether it really exists. All we can see is small grains of sand falling from one side of the glass to the other, the sweep-second hand of a clock going round and round. We use change to measure time.
For more information and less understanding check this out.
Josefine Thronell, copywriter