• Michael Dahdal

How Will You Spend Your 24?

Updated: Jan 10, 2020


‘I don’t have time’ is a cop out.

There are 24 hours in my day, how many hours in yours?

Let me guess, also 24?

The point being, we all have the same amount time to work with, how you spend it comes back exclusively to the choices you make on a daily basis.

In an ideal world, those choices would be fundamentally based on what you consider a priority.

Let’s say you’ve wanted to catch up with a friend for some time and your friend tells you how busy she’s been and that she hasn’t had time.

Let’s get clear, what your friend is really saying, ‘you’re not a priority right now’.

Likewise, when you say ‘I don’t have time’ or ‘I haven’t had time’ – what you’re really saying is; that this just ain’t a priority!

Consciously you may have convinced yourself it’s a priority, but your actions don’t reflect it, so there’s the first disconnect.

We all want something.

To be healthier