You Do Have Time for ItBlog / Produced by The High Calling
It’s almost a badge of honor that people wear when they sigh, complain about their busy schedule, and bug out of trying something new or challenging is because they simply “don’t have time.”
Sue Miley at Christian Business Crossroads isn’t buying that excuse.
If we are honest what we are really saying is,
- The task isn’t that important
- I’m procrastinating because I don’t know how to make it happen, or,
- I have bad time management.”
“If you are tired of not getting things off the list. If you are sick of hearing yourself say “I don’t have time. If you want to see a light at the end of the tunnel,” Sue has a few tips for getting rid of the excuses and embracing the opportunities God is placing in front of you.
- Get up an hour earlier in the morning
- Remove yourself physically from distractions
- Plan your time
- Measure the opportunity cost
- Only do the things that you alone can do
Read her entire post here.