The Golden Pockets of Time
I was scheduled to attend a meeting with the bosses today at 4:30pm. I got prepared, walked over to the venue and waited to be called in.
And I waited for one whole hour before I went in.
And what did I do during the hour? Fret? Complain? Got annoyed?
Nope. I did none of those.
As much as I did not pick up some work to do, since I am not sure when I will be called in and I didn't really want to get into the zone and get lost and lose focus on the stuff I'm suppose to present to the bosses, I opened my Kindle and started reading.
And it was a good solid one hour of reading about Praying Backwards by Bryan Chapell.
These times are hard to come by, but it's the golden pockets of time that I get to do some stuff of value.
We always tell ourselves we don't have time.
Why don't you read?
Why don't you exercise?
Why don't you learn something?
But deep down we know that time is not the main reason why we don't those things we know that are good for us, things that take a lot of effort and time.
It all boils down to our intention, our purpose and what we want out of our lives.
And we need make time for it.