Keep Going. Concentrate On Something Useful.

Eavesdrop on the idle chatter of your neighbours, and regardless of the age in which you're eavesdropping, the common sentiment will be there is never enough time. In reality you have all the time there is, so you'd better get started today.

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You've got all the time you're ever going to have — and if you're a fatalist with a predeterminist leaning that time has already been allocated out for you — so you might as well dig in and get busy on the things that matter.

Knowing you'll never be able to squeeze out more hours than you already have, it's time to start removing the not-so-important tasks and projects from your to-do list, and focus on the important and useful ones. Feel like that's an impossible undertaking? Read our guide to cleaning out your to-do list for guilt-free productivity, follow that up with how to maintain a project list that doesn't crush your soul and you'll find the time you crave to work on the things that matter.


Comments

    Surely Arnold Bennett could spell properly - "watiting" ? Come On Ed fix it - Now. Don't wait - hehe.

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