Sample from the Life Coaching Course




Ben Franklin said, “Dost thou love life? Then do not squander time, for that’s the stuff life is made of.”


Do you wish that there were more hours in a day? Do you frequently find yourself trying to catch up? Do you feel that time controls you more than you control it? Many of us cry that there is too little time to accomplish all that we would like to do. However, rather than having too little time, the issue may be the way you manage time.



There are strategies that can' optimize your use of time so that you can spend more time working toward your goals. For example, ask yourself the following question regularly and thoughtfully: "What is the best use of my time right now with regard to my goals?" Often we function without considering how our time is spent. Questioning yourself about the best use of your time "right now" encourages you to stop and think. You can make a conscious decision about the value of what you are doing. If you plan your time so that you concentrate on those activities that relate to your goals, you raise the probability that you will reach your goals.