Many of us believe that we don’t have enough time to pursue our goals. It’s true that achieving new goals requires time and effort, but let’s consider this…
…we all have the same 24 hours in a day. It’s not about the amount of time you have, it’s about how you choose to use it.
Think about it for a moment. If you need to go to the dentist, you’ll find time. When a new series everyone is talking about is released, you’ll find time to watch it. Even staring into space (I admit, I enjoy doing that too!), you’ll find time for it.
The point is, there are plenty of daily activities that don’t contribute to reaching our goals, and we can easily replace them with 30 minutes to an hour of working on new skills.
Consider this, dedicating that time to laying down a new guitar line in your iMac or watching yet another suspenseful ‘killer’ show on Netflix. Which one will truly benefit your goals?
You’ll be amazed at how much you can accomplish in just 30 minutes of music creativity.
It’s called Parkinson’s Law – “Work expands so as to fill the time available for its completion” or something like that!
But it holds true. After spending half an hour working on my tracks, I feel satisfied, knowing that I’ve made progress.
The key is to use the time you’ve allocated for yourself on a productive task instead of procrastinating.
By doing so, you’ll feel good knowing that you’re moving forward and achieving.
Now, below is a tip to help you make the most of your time. If you have any questions about what I’ve discussed above, feel free to hit reply or click the button below.