- March 17, 2010
- Posted by: admin
- Category: Blog
Get up at 7:30 AM, locate cell phone, head for the toothbrush, shower, get dressed, eat what you can find, do the epic car-key search, drive to work, time-in at the office before 9. Do whatever it is that’s to be done for the day, skip a meal to deliver on something new everyday, try n be done with work to get back home to family on time. Eat up, sleep early, or you’ll be late for work tomorrow. And don’t forget to stop at red lights in the process :S
Come to think of it, most of our daily endeavors are dictated by timelines. We spend a majority of the time of our life doing things we’re told to do, and we end up with little left to spend on what we want to do.
Coming to the question, does your watch tell you what you should be doing on more occasions than one, or do you still decide for yourself on how to spend your time everyday. Do you like to have a pre-ordained schedule, or do you prefer to keep a bit of your time at your discretion, on the fly, everyday. Most importantly, do you feel you manage your time, or is it the other way round? Are you spending your most invaluable resource the way you want to?
We all know the importance of constructive utilization of time. This question is more about the emotional value of your time than its monetary equivalent.
Peace guys. Do think about it, comment, and share with friends.