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Time is of the Essence

April 20, 2018

Use Your Time Wisely - I am an extremely punctual individual.  More specifically, I am one of those people that live by the saying “ten minutes is on time, and on time is late.”  That’s the way I do things.  I am usually ten minutes early, so if you are ten minutes late…then twenty minutes of my life has been STOLEN from me.  I could have slept longer or updated my social media or worked longer or exfoliated my face.  Twenty minutes is a long time!!!

 

Now, I am speaking to those of you that have a burning desire within you to be something and to do something.  I see that you have the aspiration to be better than you are right now.  And I want that for you.  You have to stay focused on the time, though!

 

How much time are you putting in?  How much time are you procrastinating?  How much time are you getting sidetracked?  That wasted time will not help you get anywhere.  

 

I would say that procrastination is one of the biggest suppressants.  The first thing that you have to do is admit that you procrastinate.  Once you admit that, you can go forward making sure that you are taking the steps to alleviate that issue.  Relief can come in the form of creation!  Create things in your life, like posting sticky notes on the mirror or planting notes all over the house.  

 

Use your time to create things that will keep you focused and on task.  More emphasis on how time is of the essence ---here--- on my latest podcast!

 

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Xo- Sabrina Victoria

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