Sunday, October 21, 2012

Are you a victim of time?

I highly recommend learning and using Einstein time, a concept presented in the book, The Big Leap, by Gay Hendricks. The basic idea is that time is not something outside of us, but rather, we are the creators of time. We can create as much of it as we want. Einstein's physics proves this. If we view time as something that controls us, something outside of us, then we are victims of time.
It's a radical concept, to be sure. But I use it, and it works. The results are:
  • You get more done in less time.
  • You enjoy plenty of time and abundant energy for your most important creative activities.
  • You discover your unique abilities and how to express them.
  • You feel good inside--no more rushing, time pressure or exhaustion.
Worth it? Hell, yes!!!
What are signals of time-victimhood? Thoughts or statements such as these:
  • I don't have time for that.
  • Can't chat, I'm in a hurry.
  • Where did the time go?
  • There aren't enough hours in the day.
To begin using Einstein time, start with these two things:
1. Stop complaining about time.
2. Take ownership of how you want to use the time you create--say NO to those things you truly don't care to do, and start doing those things you truly want to do. Trust me, this is not as easy as it may sound, but your happiness depends on it!
Einstein time is a gas! Get the book, read more on it, practice it, feel great!

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