Are you wasting your most valuable resource?
Imagine I told you today that you had a wallet with $1,000 in it. You could spend it on whatever or whoever you want. But you wake up again tomorrow with a new $1,000, whether you spend none or all of it.
What would you choose to do?
I’d guess you’ll spend it! You might spend it on an experience, something you’ve always wanted to buy, or maybe you’d spend it on others.
Right? After all, if it’s gonna disappear tomorrow might as well spend it.
If you haven’t figured it out yet, I’m not really talking bout money. I’m talking about the resource that’s infinitely more valuable, non-refundable, and non-renewable:
I’m talking bout, TIME, sucka!
Every day, if we’re not careful, we can spend our most valuable non-renewable resource on things that just don’t freaking matter:
In a job that we hate, or one that doesn’t fulfill us.
With people that don’t bring us happiness instead of with those that do
Being angry or mad at things that don’t matter
Not doing the things we actually want to accomplish.
Over the past few years, after losing many friends at young ages, I’ve started to remember death daily. It’s a bit morbid, but also a bit inspiring and hopeful.
One thing is for sure: it’s changed how I attack each day, remembering that time is not infinite, so I might a…