Time

Stop Living By Thinking That You Have Lack Of Time. You are inappropriately distributing, scattering areas that are really interesting to you.

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64 thoughts on “Time

  1. You won’t have time for things that are no interest to you so every time someone says I don’t have time know whatever he/she doesn’t have time for is not a priority anyway people must learn time management skill.

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      1. Hello and good morning Ilona.
        I check it right now, and I can see more comments from you in my spambox right now. I’m so sorry and don’t understand why this happens. Sorry .. I’ll try to give you an answer now.

        One of your questions is how old I am and I can tell you now. I’m 43 years old.

        The last post in my spambox are your comment on «the ugly duckling».

        Thank you so much for telling me about it🦋 I don’t think about my spambox.
        ❤️

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      2. Hello and good morning Ilona.
        I check it right now, and i can see more comments from you in my spambox right now. I’m so sorry and don’t understand why this happens. Sorry .. I’ll try to give you an answer now.

        One of your questions is how old I am and I can tell you now. I’m 43 years old.

        The last post in my spambox are your comment on «the ugly duckling».
        Okei, I understand now, and my answers on sunshine awards coming to day.. thank you so much, I really are speechless… I am so grateful❤️I dont know how to thank you enough…
        I see a question about my art, I dont know where the question go.. so I dont exactly remember it. But it is my art. I love to paint and draw. I use
        I use different methods, mixes and mixes and tries to tell through the art of myself and what I write.
        🦋❤️

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  2. I like how your less than 140 character post (I didn’t actually count it) generated a discussion! I find this amusing for some reason. To a degree, I agree with the lack of time dilemma. In a society where everyone is so “busy” with life, that nobody has the chance to stop and smell the roses. Most people create this chaos in their lives, probably without realizing they’re doing it. We need to learn how to say yes to priorities and no to everything else, which is something that many people struggle with unfortunately.

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  3. Time is the Creation of Modern Culture…
    Modern Culture continues to Grow more Complex
    With as Many Seconds as there are in a Minute of Deadlines
    of what to do..
    oh to be Re-tired
    oh to Have-Wheels
    that are no-longer-Bare
    of Time And Filled with the
    Present of Now Forevermore now
    where the only Clock is Sleep and Wake..:)

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  4. Agreed. Managing one’s time is a very important managerial tool. 🙂
    But since I sold my company I seem to be doing a bad job.
    Could it be that I can’t distribute tasks any more and need to do all myself? 😉

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      1. Haha! My new job? I retired a few years ago. Sold the company. Did some consulting for a few years, but now I am retired. You lose your contacts after a while. and honestly I don’t mind. I don’t have to deal with client’s “crappy” strategies or campaigns any more. You know, standing up in front of the entire marketing department: “Well, we’ve analyzed the data. Your campaign sucks. But don’t worry we can fix it.” (I hope)
        Be good.

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