21 January 2008

TO CHOOSE TIME IS TO SAVE TIME

You always have enough time, if you will but use it wisely.

Your dilemma goes deeper than having a shortage of time,
it’s basically a problem of priorities.

Most people leave undone those things that should be done,
while they do things that they shouldn’t be doing.

Set priorities for your goals.
A major part of successful living lies in your ability to put first things first.
Most major goals are not achieved because people put second things first.

Is what your doing getting you closer to your objectives?
Anything that is wasted effort represents wasted time.

Don’t serve time, make time serve you.

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