I’ve observed numerous individuals expressing aspirations to alter how they allocate their time. They desire to allocate more time to their families, attain a better work-life balance, engage in more reading, or simply spend more time outdoors.
These goals are commendable, as they all involve a seemingly straightforward task: changing how we utilize our time.
However, it’s seldom as straightforward as it sounds, isn’t it? Something prevents us from utilizing our time as we desire, even when we struggle to make those changes.
Let’s examine the factors that divert us from such goals and explore how to become more intentional in how we spend our time.
What derails our intentions?
Imagine you have a goal, such as spending more time with your family (or friends). Why do you need such a goal in the first place? It’s worth asking without judgment. Why aren’t you already doing it?
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