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December 1st

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I looked at the date today and couldn’t believe it is Dec 1st 2010. The first thought to cross my mind was where did this year go? The second was Christmas is not to far away.  We all know we can’t control time or how fast it goes but we can control how we use our time.  Those 24 hours we have in a day can be spent in so many different ways the real question is are you using yours productively?

We all want to think we are doing our best and are being productive. The trick is to find the balance that makes us productive and efficient yet enjoy our personal lives. This is for many easy to write about but hard to put into practice on a daily basis.

This is the time of year when we are going in a million directions at once listing items, shipping, decorating, Christmas shopping  and the list is endless for most of us. Do you often wonder where the day went and it’s over before you know it?

The best Christmas present you could give yourself is learning ways to manage your time  in the upcoming year. I would love to hear from others on how you manage your time.

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  1. John Ziemba says:

    The best Christmas present I can give myself is more quality time with my wife. I just need to pry my fingers off the keyboard first.

    There was a time when I didn’t give my lady that time and our relationship suffered. She has first priority now. Does it cut into my online selling & Affiliate Marketing time? Yes. But so what? At the end of the day it’s not what I’ve accomplished online that’s important, nor will it be at the end of my days. What is important is how much time I spend with my wife, listening, discussing, laughing and sometimes crying. But we do it together.

    For this Christmas and all of next year, I would say the most important thing we can do is schedule time with our family. Do what you can. There will never be enough time in the day. Learn to let go and concede that you may never be as productive as you want to be. But you will be solid with your loved ones. And that’s what counts.

    • admin says:

      Hi John,

      Very well said and I completely agree. I have been turning the computer off after dinner and spending the time with husband and family. I am striving to make my computer hours more productive rather then just spending more hours on the computer.

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