No Time ? ?
DescriptionWe have heard people complaining and saying this often “We don’t have time to do”.
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No Time?? We have heard people complaining and saying this often “We don’t have time to do”. Why don’t people have time for anything? Why aren’t they satisfied? Why are the young generation stressed out and depressed more often? Why are things so messed up and complicated? Do this generation lack in prioritizing things? If we think over the Insourcing vs. outsourcing or Time vs. money analysis we can better put it in this way: Which is better? Going to the store and finding out clothes Or Shop it online and pay extra delivery charges In the first case you save money and in the second case you save time. Hiring a maid for cleaning home so that you get extra leisure time during your weekends Or Cleaning your home which helps you to be physically fit and save money which you had to pay for maid? In the first case you save time and in the second case you save money Join a company which is far off from your home as they are better paymasters Or Search for a less paying job near your home and save your travel time In the first case you save money and in the second case you save time You will take a nonstop flight and save money Or You will prefer going in normal one paying less In the first case you save time and in the second case you save money We may fight with ourselves in many similar situations like this on day to day basis and are under continuous dilemma. My friend Richard says this: I was working for long hours as a young man probably more than 60 hours per week and I was earning huge amount. The quest of earning grew and also my plans. I had all the luxuries which was not the necessity. But everything came to an end when my adorable wife died. All this didn’t matter anymore to me. I would always regret and wish to buy back time with my wife. Though I have got promotions now I just let them aside. I just feel these are not important for me. I wish that I had more time to spend with my dear ones instead of slogging for more than 60 hours per week. I am not ready to sell my life anymore. ”When you’re gone would you rather have your gravestone say, ‘He never missed a meeting?” Or one that said, ‘He was a great father.’ Hope we find answers for the questions after we read the statement given by Richard. Let us try to prioritize things and give importance to life You will never feel truly satisfied by work until you are satisfied by life.