Imagine that you had a bank account that included $ 86,400 every morning. The account does not keep balance on a day-to-day basis, it allows you to keep your balance, and every evening you cancel any portion of your money that you are unable to spend during the day. What can you do? Draw each dollar a day!
We all have a bank like that. Its name is time. Every morning, it gives you 86,400 seconds. Every night it is written, as lost, whenever you fail to use it wisely. It doesn’t get a daily balance. It does not allow for overuse so that you can borrow on your own or spend more time than you do. Each day, the account is restarted. Each night, it destroys unused time. If you fail to spend the day’s money, it is your loss and you cannot claim it back.
There is no time to borrow. You cannot get a loan on your own or against another person. The time you have is the time you have and that is it. Time management is yours to decide how you spend your time, just as money determines how you spend your money. It has never been the case that we do not have enough time to do things, but the situation is whether we want to do them and where they fall into our priorities.
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