Time is what we want most, but what we use worst – William Penn
It is sometimes interesting to see how we dismiss with the fact that –“We don’t have time”. Time is relative and I keep telling people that every one has the same 24 hours. It is upon us to make sure how we make use of this time. We have different perspective on time utilization. Here is my view of taking your time and slicing it against 4 quadrants. This is my humble shot at how we box our time management.
A great leader’s courage to fulfill his vision comes from passion, not position – John Maxwell
Passion, though a bad regulator, is a powerful spring — Ralph Waldo Emerson
Does this make sense? Where do you think you are spending most of your time. Is it Top left (1), Top right (2), bottom left (3) or in the bottom right (4) quadrant? I have interestingly seen people get to quadrant 4 and in couple of years feel they have actually selected quadrant 2. What are your thoughts? Do drop me a line and would love to hear your perspective.
PS: For a change thought to make the picture really colorful, hope that is ok ;)
Want and boredom are indeed the twin poles of human life.
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