Gift Voucher - Milking It - $197
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It has been said that “To Choose Time Is To Save Time.” A person who allots a specific amount of time to things that need to be done will often get more out of his time. Brigitte's program has taught me skills on how the allocate my time. It has helped me to make adjustments to my time available so that I achieve the most, for the least effort.
Wise use of our time comes only after we are keenly aware of its value.
The way we fix our priorities and apportion our time reveals to a large degree what is dearest to our heart.
The program has helped me to make a personal analysis to see how my time is spent. Then I was helped to set up systems that allow me to spend my time, so as to get the best value from what I have available. Using these skills has allowed me to buy out time from necessary daily tasks and give it to the more important things in my life. By and large, most of us can buy out time at the expense of nonessential activities. I have also learnt to identify these and cut back on them. We all have the same amount of time at our disposal; it is up to us as to how we use it.
The program has taught be skills on how to:
Set Priorities: We determined what “the more important things” are and put them at the top of our list of priorities. Identify Time Wasters: I was helped to take a close look at my daily routine to see how I could make better use my time. Develop a Good Routine: I achieve much more now I have a daily and weekly schedule.
From you, I have learnt much more than decluttering a room. I've learnt a change of mindset. I've learnt that my head has been holding the extra 'just in cases' and 'what ifs' and 'maybes'. I already know I have won when only halfway through a room declutter (though the end result is super-sweet!). It has taken years for me to perfect the clutter - it will take a little bit of time to turn it around for good. A quote landed in my inbox today and it says exactly what I'm feeling:
Don't judge each day by the harvest you reap but by the seeds that you plant.
~Robert Louis Stevenson