How To Change The Time Scarcity Mindset.

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Are you at this moment, feeling that twenty fours per day are not enough for you?


Not enough for you to meet deadlines and accomplish tasks?


Twenty four hours are enough for you and for everyone to achieve the goal of a happy life. There’s no scarcity of time to work, play and enjoy the gift of life.


The feeling of scarcity of time is a product of fear. The fear of missing out (FOMO), the fear of making mistakes and falling behind in your ‘competitive world’ are putting you under unnecessary pressure.


You can lift this pressure off you by;

  1. Choosing to create your world around your strength and,

2. Learning the most effective way to manage your time.


Your success wouldn’t come from putting yourself through the pressure of trying to be someone you’re not..


It’s an attempt no one has succeeded at. If it’s an attempt in futility, then it’s a waste of time.


Invariably, refusing to make the attempt saves you a lot of time and lifts a huge portion of the pressure off you.


The time saved by choosing to be yourself wouldn’t still be enough until you learn to manage your time effectively.

Effective time management entails freeing your life of procrastination and fears that create time stealers and time wasters.


The fear of missing out is going to cause you to engage in distractive activities. Distractive activities derail the focus on productive tasks.


Focusing on performing productive tasks takes self discipline. Maintaining consistent self discipline comes from knowing what you really want in life.


And when you know what you really want in life, you’re going to be interested in managing your time effectively.

An effective time management creates an abundant of time mindset.


So, everyday when you wake up in the morning, be grateful for the gift of anotherday, Tony Robbins says,


When When you are grateful, fear disappears and abundance appears.”


It’s true! In conclusion, a feeling gratitude for the gift of a new day is the disappearing of the fear of scarcity of time.

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