Sometimes it takes thinking about a simple principle differently in order to maximize the value you can derive from it.
We often refer to time as something we need to find as a way of saying that we’re busy and can’t fit in everything we want or believe we need to do.
I suppose the truth is that time isn’t lost, we can’t or won’t find it. Time is something we make. There is a fixed amount of time we are all dealt and we need to weigh our priorities better in order to make time for the most valuable objectives and experiences.
It’s also true that others pull on our schedules and have demands. Those things will always be the case in a hurried business climate, but we still have the choice on how to manage the time we’re given.
Instead of stressing over finding time, rethink your priorities and make the time to practice them.