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Working with time
freeing blocks of time for your goal work.
step2: Record what you do with your time
If you find out that a lot of your time is going down
the drain due to avoidance patterns, don't be too hard on yourself for
it. Above all, don't make any drastic resolutions to reform.
Pick one of those time periods and mark it off as time
that belongs to you. Try to define its borders. Divide the period in
half. One half for playtime and goofing off, the other half to work
on your goal.
Draw up a list of all the things you think you have
to do. Cross out everything you would cross out if you were going to
die in six months. And then stop doing them.
Left hand side should say tomorrow. Now pick a target
date and write it under your goal, over on the far right. Of course
your target date can only be a target estimate. Even without major surprises,
you'll almost certainly have to adjust your target date simply because
you can't know in advance how long things are going to take. You can
and possibly will have to change this date. But set it anyway you can
do a thousand things between now and then. If you get on with it. And
a deadline will make you do that.
Only 2 words of caution about setting your target date.
don't set it so close that it's totally impossible. You are not as machine.But
don't set it too far either.
But then they'll say:" You're selfish!"
"Selfish people love with good hearts. They may
not take care of their loved ones from cradle to grave, but they do
something better: they give them the gift of self respect, strength
and freedom. Self-sacrificers create bonds of guilt. If your children
look into your eyes and see delight, they've got a good world. If you're
so tired and angry you can't enjoy them, what they're going to feel,
is "I don't care about Christmas presents or my lunch. Why don't
you ever smile?"
Here's how to do it:
3 - Next, cross out what you've finished. check out
what you have planed for tomorrow