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Doing Things Differently

Finding Your Road Map

Do you often feel there is not enough time in the day?I recently ran a survey asking people how they felt about specific areas of life.An overall message in the responses stood out like a flashing neon sign.We want more time!In fact these responses included comments that said, “I don’t have enough time and what time I have is ate up by others in my life.”Specifically those chucks of time include work, children, spouse, aging parents, or people we allow to steal our time. Time becomes an act of juggling the different areas of our life to find a balance between what we think needs to be done, what is really important and to nurture our own mental and physical well being. Specifically, those chucks of time include work, children, spouse, aging parents, or people we allow to steal our time. I find that friends, family and acquaintances struggle with this dilemma often.Frequently they don’t even see they have a choice in the matter.They believe there are no options or alternatives.Good news…