Your time matters, so here are three ways to make the most of it.
Recently, I visited the KWRI, which is like the Mecca of Keller Williams in Austin, Texas, to seek help from Brett Tanner. I gained so much during my time there, but the greatest lesson I learned was about the value of time. Brett told me that if I only have 40 years left to live, for example, that’s only 40 more trips to the ocean or 80 more visits with my family on average. This realization hit me hard.
I realized that I had been taking time for granted, not fully understanding how much time I had left to do the things that matter most. Brett’s words made me realize that I needed to change my mindset and learn to prioritize what matters most.
The first step to valuing time is to stop procrastinating. It’s the enemy of time, and it can lead to missed opportunities and unfulfilled dreams. We need to make the most of every moment and use our time wisely.
The second step is to prioritize the things that matter most. We all have different priorities, but we need to identify what’s important to us and make time for it. For some, it might be spending time with family and friends, while for others, it might be pursuing a hobby or a passion project. Whatever it is, we need to make it a priority and commit to it.
The third step is to take action. Once we’ve identified what matters most to us, we have to make it happen. We need to be intentional with our time and make sure that we’re using it to pursue the things that we care about.
Time is a precious commodity, and we need to learn to value it. We need to prioritize what matters most, stop procrastinating, and take action to make it happen. By doing so, we can make the most of every moment and live a fulfilling life. If you have any questions or thoughts about this, don’t hesitate to call or email my team and me. We look forward to hearing from you!