Nietzsche once said, “He who has a why …. can bear almost any how”.
I spend a lot of time as a Therapist explaining the ‘why’ – but to what extent are people prepared to endure the how? What are the barriers to their adherence? Often, “time” will be one such barrier…
John Lewis is a Life & Performance Coach. He is a member of the Association for Neuro Linguistic Programming, the Association for Coaching and the UK College of Personal Development, taking you on a journey, from where you are to where you truly want to be.
Here is an abstract from his latest blog, where he expertly looks at the importance of finding time for change;
How often have you heard yourself say that you are short on time? Probably more than you realise. It is no secret that our lives are busy and that we have lots of things on our minds, but does this mean that we are short on time?
We all have 24 hours a day.
It sounds like the most obvious statement in the world, but we all have exactly the same amount of hours in our day. No matter where you live in the world, no matter whether or not you have children, no matter what type of job you have and what hours you work. There is always going to be 24 hours in each and every day.
Sure, some people have more “spare time” than others, depending on their own personal or professional choices. However, it is what you do with the 24 hours within your day that will really make a difference to what you can achieve.
You might not like the idea of getting up early or perhaps using your lunch break or weekends to reach your own personal goals, but if this is the spare time that is open to you, then perhaps that means this time is your window to achieving your goals?
A lack of time is the perfect excuse…
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