Never waste your precious time in discussing the good and bad qualities of others.
If you want to have the time of your life, change how you use the time in your life.
20% of management theories are responsible for 80% of results. That’s assuming the Pareto Principle makes the cut.
You can manage your life by only your time
Everyone has the same amount of hours per day, it’s not that you don’t have enough time, it’s that you don’t have a clear focus
The people with thriving careers and healthy personal relationships get the same amount of time each week as the burned-out professional who can’t remember their last meaningful conversation with a family member.
The obvious matters are more imperceptible today.
Don’t be too worried for having too many things unaccomplished. Make a deal; accomplish only one thing; one special thing today. Repeat this tomorrow. It will amaze you how much you’ll get done in a week!
The present presses automatically on you. The future does not. To attend to the future requires bandwidth, which scarcity taxes. When scarcity taxes our bandwidth, we become even more focused on the here and now. We need cognitive resources to gauge future needs, and we need executive control to resist present temptations. As it taxes our bandwidth, scarcity focuses on the present, and leads us to borrow.
Until we can manage time, we can manage nothing else.