Saturday, November 2, 2013
So, tonight (as this is written) in most states, we all turn our clocks back one hour due to the "time change". I always get "tickled" when I hear people say, "you'll get an extra hour of sleep tonight" due to the change. Don't get me started on that one because one main thought I have on it is simply, "Didn't we 'lose' that hour when we changed the clocks in the Spring?".
Anyway, enough of THAT part of the discussion.
Here's the other and most important part of what I want to share with you on this: Wouldn't it be nice if we COULD actually change and/or turn back time?
You need an extra hour to get a project done? Turn the clock back and give yourself that extra hour.
Running late? Simply turn the clock back and give yourself the time you need so that you won't be late for work. "Like" us on Facebook!
But the thing is - and you already know this - that is not possible. The idea of "time change" is simply a changing of the digits or position of "hands" that point to a different measuring of time periods in a day.
Truth is, there are and always WILL be 24 hours in a day.
What must change is what we DO with the time that we have. Again, I know you already know that but, perhaps, you just need to be reminded just as I do from time to time.
Maybe the phrase above should be, "Time FOR Change" and, again, that change being with you and with me.
It's up to us, right?
Why not start with this "time change"? Why not use this marking of time serve as a reminder and a challenge to you to make a change in this area?
You might even say, "It's about time!"
Think about it and...
"Make it an AWESOME day! (Who else is going to do it for you?)"
Mike Future You University website MichaelSpillman.com