How much time?

Dear Friend,

How would you like an extra hour in your day? Most people would jump at the chance to add time to their lives. Many simply to try to catch up. Of course, as long as we have the same amount of time, no one is going to "catch up" with anyone else.

That's not really the problem, anyway.

It's got a lot more with how we view time. In his classic book on productivity "Getting Things Done", David Allen describes the truth that information is expanding so rapidly that none of us are ever going to catch up. In fact, all of us will continually get further and further behind. The secret is massively filtering information.

Viola! An extra hour... or more... when everyone else is still fighting it.

I am still working on implementing many of the ideas for Timothy Ferriss' "The 4-Hour Workweek." This outstanding book has a title that's a bit of a misnomer; it's not really about not working. It is rather about changing the way we think about life, work, and income in a way that frees us to become who we are... instead of who we think others expect us to be.

How much time did you have today?

Have you ever thought that everyone has the same amount of time every day? Everyone from Bill Gates -- the wealthiest man on the planet -- to you and me. We all have the same. Some people do far more with that time than others.

Mastering Life is about learning to apply the principles that allow you to do that.

Are you waiting?

Let's go!
ssh

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