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When Priority is Time and Time is Precious

Fortress of Dissolitude

timeYou’re not getting to the things you want to get to. Whether they are a passion or a hobby or a great idea you’re just not getting to them.

You want them to be a priority but you’re unable to carve out time for them.

It all comes down to time. Time is measurable quantity that we are all bound by. You can’t buy it borrow it or steal it.

So by default what you spend time on is the current priority. How you spend your time is the real-time indicator of your priorities. Ponder that for a moment. Your priorities are defined by what you spend time on.

The frustration occurs when the priorities of your actions are in conflict with the priorities of your desires.

So, what do we think about that?

An initial reaction could be “Duh, nobody has enough time for all their priorities.” Another could…

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