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You Have 86,400 Seconds

Published on 8/2/2016
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86,400 Seconds

I was stirred by the above video and must share with the IBOToolbox community. I hope it will have a similar affect on you.


I thought of myself as a person who regarded time as a valuable resource but this video sharpened my view of time exponentially.


We know intuitively that that loss time can not recovered, but it seems there are blind spots in our reasoning that we don't take into account. As a result, we let blocks of time go unaccounted for. (I'll speak for myself)


I believe it is possible to go overboard with this... yet there is room to recover meaningful blocks of time that would otherwise disappear without our awareness.


I think the greatest impact this video had on me was the fact that if I don't use today's time wisely, at the end of the day, those 86400 seconds are gone forever.


Lessor impact but just as important is that it does not matter whether the motivation to use our time wisely comes from a need to prevent a negative outcome or an opportunity to realize a gain. Yet in the final analysis it will depend on how much weight we assign to each. 


Sometimes it might be better to take time to prevent a negative outcome rather that favor the positive gain that might be realized.


This video underscores the notion that all we have is NOW.


I would appreciate any thoughts one might have and would message me on FaceBook or IBOToolkit. THANKS...






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