The Time of Your Life
Everyone has their allotted time. It’s not how much you have
but what you accomplish with what you have.
The aim of this seminar is –
To sensitize you to how you and other people invest your time (which is the only significant investment you will ever make), and how you might do a better job of investing. You are wherever you are at the moment. If you don’t do what will propel you in the direction of the life you want, no one else can – guaranteed. If you have never wasted time, move onto the next paragraph. If you have, it’s obvious you are in good company – the company of time wasters – but not necessarily in the company of people who know what time means.
Timing is important. If you are not your own best time strategist, go apprentice to someone who is or do what needs what doing in this seminar. There was a time before it was measured, (tick-tock). That world is irrecoverable, as idyllic as it may have seemed in the hallmark stories about it. Whatever time means to you, if you can’t figure out how to make time work for you, rather than you working for it, your life will never be what you want it to be.
Your investment in this seminar will bear only the fruit that you planted in the productive time that you gave to it.
The mantra for this seminar is –
Time’s up! (You’d better believe it. . .)
The how of this seminar centers on –
Making it possible for you to be the best time engineer (wizard) for yourself there could be.
Work-time. Why? Because you spend more of your life at work than at any other single activity and therefore how you perform there becomes the lever for how you move your world. By the sheer magnitude of work time, you will find it very difficult to become anyone other than who you are at work. Dividing time into work time and discretionary time is stupid. Your choice in this seminar is to either join the ranks of the stupid, or to ask the kind of questions that will give you escape velocity.
Leisure time was once seen as the time for your life-making. Most of the stupid crowd assumes that having fun is the same thing as making the life you want to have. They are wrong.