I have no time

February 24, 2007 12:46pm CST
Time is relative. As Shakespeare wrote "time travels in diverse paces with diverse persons" ..to someone waiting for his/her lover, time crawls like a baby while to someone on the way to the gallows time speeds like an arrow. We all have 24 hours a day, yet when we fail to do something we ought to do, we give the excuse of "I don't have time". Is it because we do not manage the 24 hours in a day which God has allocated to each and every one of us? There are books written on how "time management" but do you know of a really good one? Tell me please.
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@fxfriski (209)
• Singapore
25 Feb 07
Time is relative... so are a bunch of other things. For me time is merely an emotion. God give each and everyone 24 hours a day, yet the results are so vastly different what each and everyone can achieve within that same period of time. So "I don't have time" is an excuse and a very commonly used. People refuse to admit that the did not or do not know how to manage the 24 hours that have been graciously given to us. Seriously speaking, I have not found any books I will use for managing my time. Most speak of "To-Do-Lists", it is these "To-Do-Lists" that screws up our time management. I did however found an audio program that suits my needs. It is Anthony Robbins "Time of Your Life" program. It really allows me to customize the program into what I really want to achieve. However what works for me might not work for you. So good luck in your search.
• Singapore
2 Mar 07
Thanks for your comments. I will check out the book you mentioned by Tony Robins lol.