What was the superpower you always wanted as a kid? I always wanted to be able to fly. But now that I’m a little older and wiser, I’ve honed my very own real-life superpower: Bending time. Yep, that’s right. I’ve figured out how to not only be amazingly productive with my time, I’ve managed to sustain a balanced schedule and life with all the free time I desire to enjoy doing the things I love. And I can tell you from experience: having this superpower is a major key to happiness.
There are 525,600 minutes in a year. How do I know? Well, mostly because the Broadway musical “RENT” has a song that goes, “Five hundred twenty-five thousand six hundred minutes… how do you measure a year?” 🙂 And it’s a good question, really. How do you determine the value of your time?
Has it ever occurred to you that the quality of our living is directly proportional to our willingness to be in discomfort? I don’t mean our quality of life, which is all about comfort. I mean the depth and breadth of the act of our living and what kind of discomfort we choose and how we embrace it. There seems to be a strategic difference between people who choose the discomfort of being an entrepreneur versus those that choose the discomfort of working in jobs that are just jobs. I know a few people who love the work they do, … Continue reading