It's interesting how life has a tendency to get away from you and pass you by...
Most of us can relate to experiences where we stopped and looked back, and realized we had either gotten way off track or were not currently standing in the place we thought we'd be by this age.
The saddest phrase in the English language is "too late".
That's because time is the only non-renewable resource we have. We can improve health and minimize the effects of aging, but we can't undo the reality that our bodies do age, and eventually, we all die.
Time is precious. And when time passes by, you realize you squandered it, and you can't get it back no matter what you do...it can feel crushing.
So, what's the best way to prevent yourself from being the person who's saying to yourself "It's too late...I should have ___"?
1. Determine your 'why'. Without it, it's nearly impossible to develop the kind of discipline and consistency you need in order to prevent squandered time.
2. Determine which system is best designed to help you do what you want to do with your time and manage it well. (the opposite of squandering is to maximize. This looks different for everyone.)
Remember, a system is a set of principles or procedures according to which something is done; an organized framework or method. Your current system is perfectly designed to get you today's results. Do you like them? Do you need a new one?
3. Use the 'why' and develop the discipline to follow through consistently on THE RIGHT system for the outcomes you want.
Not sure how to determine the right system? I can help you:
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