Deliberate creators know time is of no consequence. Its relative and time serves one purpose, to help us understand and track our progress. And we can get our head around the concept of linear.
The universe is constantly expanding and so are our ideas and desires. With every new interaction, we generate multiple thoughts and further our list of things we'd like to experience.
Haven't you had one of those days when you were overwhelmed with things you'd like to have done? Or maybe habits you'd love to incorporate? Or places you'd love to visit. Or skills you want to learn?
Ideas, thoughts, desires are limitless. But is Time limitless too? It takes a while to get our head around the fact that for each of us time IS limitless. There are multiple papers written about current reality (time) as just one of the possibilities in an infinite spectrum of possibilities.
For now, let's not even go there, that's another conversation! Let's talk about everyday conversations.
Most people we talk to keep reminding us how time has or is running out; 'There's a time for everything and now is not the time.' Or 'you should have thought of that before'. Which to me sounds like people reminding us, you've missed the boat and there is nothing we can do about it.
I think otherwise. I am of the opinion, we can start over anytime and it’s never too late to change course. You can choose to put your ideas to action no matter what the situation.
The issue to me doesn't seem to be with too little time but more so with people trying to do a whole lot of different things altogether.
Think about it, raise your hand if you have started 10, 15, and 20 different projects or changes all at one go!
I am not a big fan of multi-tasking. It takes away complete attention from the task at hand and to me, it’s you offering less than 100% of your capabilities to one thing. You would be better served if you picked a few and manifested it to completion.
Working with your mentor / coach / partner with an increased focus on a couple of things will not only bring you great results but as you repeat the cycle, it will seem like you have all the time in the world as you look at all the accomplished goals.
No more running helter skelter, trying to do 50% with a hundred things.
The key is to do less but do it with a 100% focus, commitment, joy and inspiration!
It’s a better use of your potential and the easy way to enjoy your life's journey.