There is great power in the start. One of the things I have learned is that you have to expect the unexpected. So many of us have long-term plans but life happens and we don’t turn those plans into reality.
Yes, planning is important. And remember that this day will never come again and what you do in the remaining hours of this day could move your life in a whole new direction.
For example, today is the day you could pick up the phone and forgive that person who, you know in your heart, needs to be forgiven.
Today is the day you could start getting into world-class health.
Today is the day you could pull out your journal and reflect on what’s not working for you in your life.
Today is the day you could articulate a new set of personal standards.
Today is the day you could decide to be a world-class learner.
I believe that your days are your life in miniature. As you live your days, so you craft your life. Ultimately, time management leads to life mastery.
Robin S. Sharma, LL.M. is an internationally-known speaker on sales leadership, peak performance and creativity. The bestselling author of several motivational books including MegaLiving, he is the managing partner of Sharma Leadership International. He can be reached at RobinSharma.com