A common reframe in our world is "I don't have the time". It is a simple phrase and it gives us an easy out. Everyone gets it. The fact is, we make time for those things that matter. Eat, sleep, bathroom breaks, fun things, social things, convenient things. When we say, "I don't have the time", we are really saying, "This isn't that valuable to me so I CHOOSE NOT TO MAKE THE TIME." We are all motivated by what we place value in. Even the most unorganized and "time management challenged" person in the world will make time for church if we value our relationship with God. We make time to workout if we value being fit. We make time to take showers if we don't want to be "stinky guy". We make time for our goals if we value them. "Things rarely get stuck because of a lack of time. They get stuck because the doing of them has not been defined." David Allen
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