This week's question from my portal “The Neagle Code: Directions for Life” comes from someone who wishes to remain anonymous.
I have two questions. First, if you want to do something, and you're feeling some resistance behind it, do you recommend talking to somebody who has a different perspective and say, “What do you see as the opportunity, here?” Second, I'll get ideas, and then I'll just stop. I'll just do whatever it is tomorrow. One of the obstacles that I keep coming across is just managing the time.
In short, the answer is yes, you can talk to someone, and ask them for help, but make sure you're talking to somebody that can actually help you see the opportunity.
If you're talking to somebody that's very much like yourself, you'll probably get terrible advice.
Talk to somebody that is either further ahead than you are or is optimistic enough in reality to give you some solid advice.
To answer your second question, you don't manage time. Nobody can manage time.
You manage activities.
Activities are managed based on the vision that you have for what you want to create. Once we create a vision for ourselves, the vision dictates everything that we do from that day on, right?
Determine how much time you’re giving to activities based on solid deadlines, and make adjustments to ensure you’re setting yourself up for success.
Stick to that. If you’re really serious, you stick to it. You commit to it.
That's how you build new habits.
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