6 steps to wisely invest your time…

I will try to keep this email short because time is something we all don’t have a lot of nowadays but I do want to share with you some tips on how to maximize the short amount of time that you do have…
When you give blood, your body replaces it in a day, the platelets and red blood cells within 2 weeks, but there is one thing you can never get back…lost time.
Do you ever wish there was a super store where you could buy some minutes from in bulk? I sure do!
Though it can’t be replaced, you can invest in it, and if you do it well, the dividends can really pay off. You won’t reap time for time, but you can save time in the future as you learn to increase your efficiency, effectiveness, performance and productivity.
So, here is 6 steps to wisely invest your time. All of these will take time to set up, but the return will be worth your effort.
1. What you have planned, build it on a secure foundation…
Instead of rushing your plans into action, take the time to make sure you have the right strategy in place, your due diligence and planning are sound and you have all the resources you need to do it right.
2. Getting your house in order is never a waste of time…
Organization goes a long way in keeping track of things, from tracking projects, schedules, always knowing what comes next and never taking more than a minute to find anything.
3. If you have a feeling of optimism, you will get more things done more quickly…
To some degree, you can control this by taking better care of yourself through eating healthier, drinking more water and getting more zzzz’s.
4. Spend more time on what really matters…
This will vary from person to person and there is no wrong answer. It could be family, experiences, travel,  improving your career or business; the examples are endless.
5. Putting your priorities in order…
Knowing your #1 priority of the day and doing it first will allow you to go through the rest of your day with a little less stress as you tackle the rest of your to-do list. And keep that list to a minimum. If you have 20 or more things on it, that might be unrealistic.
6. Let it go…
This is easier said than done but if there is anything that you can delegate that will save you some time…let it go. Use that extra time for yourself. A healthier you is a better you.
All of us should learn to manage our time. Learning to manage it by investing it wisely is something that takes a conscience effort but master it now and it will become a habit that will last a lifetime.
I hope you enjoyed this and will use some of these in your own life!
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