You don’t pay for time because it’s given to you every day.
It’s considered the great equalizer because we’re all given the same amount of it.
However, what you do with that time is a whole other story. Sometimes circumstances dictate how it will be used, but there never seems to be enough of it.
We strive to get rid of commitments just to have more free-time for ourselves.
We regret the time we’ve wasted and the time we used on worrying about things that don’t matter.
We wish for more time for the things we love.
We’re bitter towards others who seem to have more of it than us.
With all of this going on in our heads, maybe it’s time to change the way we look at time.
Try this mindset change:
Instead of, “This is what I have to do,”
try, “Here is how I’m choosing to spend my time.”
Keep saying it enough and you might start appreciating the time you have… and choosing to do something different with it.