“Time comes to those who make it, not those who try to find it.”
Seeing this quote reminded me that about 2 years ago I had blogged about “creating time” for myself. You can read about it here.
Sadly I have not maintained at least of it. Guess I need to get back into my more productive habits.
How do you create time for the things you want to do a day? Have you incorporated new routines into your day to create time for the things that are important to you? Let me know in the comments below. I am all out of ideas. 😜
“You living your fullest life and making all the money required to do so doesn’t take anything away from anyone else any more than you refusing a ham sandwich because someone, somewhere, is starving, helps them.”
Jen Sincero (You are a Badass at Making Money)
I don’t know about you but I never realised that despite how hard I worked, wealth was never really going to find me because deep down inside, I just didn’t believe I was worthy of it. I have always driven a bottom of the range car because it’s affordable and practical and blah blah blah. I have always chosen to live in an apartment that is a little cramped telling myself it was all I could afford and settling for that.
This year I have started work on changing that old mindset of mine. As Rumi says “what you seek is seeking you”. I’ve stopped seeking and accepting the mediocre and the average and now allow myself to seek and accept the very best I can imagine. The best part is that God always has bigger plans for me than I ever can dream. When He shows them to me, I am floored and honoured at the same time. So I am going to follow His lead and keep the faith. The future looks very very bright indeed. All we ever have to do is believe and accept that we are worthy and we open ourselves up to the potential to achieve unimaginable wealth.