Today Is My Everything. (Notice the first letter in each word of that sentence creates an acronym.) Use TIME wisely today to make an impact on all your tomorrows.
We can’t change the past. Though we can prepare for the future, today is the only resource we have. 24 hours, 1440 minutes.
One moment after another and the day passes.
Are you pursuing a goal? Think you don’t have enough time to make it work?
Chances are you have a few extra moments to create a small dent in that goal. Close the Facebook App, turn off the TV, and if you’re like me, put down the book and/or Kindle.
What one thing will you do today to move forward on that goal?
I’m writing this post because my focus is to be positive and to encourage others. In the month of July, my goal is to write 31 positive articles. It’s a part of the #blogboost initiative, which is a way to keep myself accountable. Last month I decided I’d avoid eating sugar. (That went quite well, by-the-way! I’ve decided to carry on in this month!)
A few months ago I was exploring the idea of challenging myself and downloaded a Kindle Unlimited book called, “The 30 Day Challenge Book: 500 Ideas to Inspire Your Life” by Clare Hudson. Just like everyone else, there are things in my life that need to change. So I picked out a few challenges that I’ll do for a month to motivate myself. For me, doing a shorter-term challenge to change behavior, works!
What about you? Have you challenged yourself to something? Are you reaching for a long-term goal? How do you reach that goal?
Have you decided?
If your TIME today will bring you closer to your goal, then what one thing (or more than one) will you do today?
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“TIME = Today Is My Everything”
~ Richie Norton quote
Here’s the book I referenced, and it’s free if you have Kindle Unlimited.
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