“The trouble is…
you think you have time!”
When time becomes the transactional measure of merit you’d think the more we have of it the more valuable we become – to others and ourselves. Not!
Every day we hear self-important boasts declaring how busy we are, how little time we have, the degree of demand we are under, and how much others need us. The lens of time in these cases has become refracted. Our value propositions have become distorted. The less time we have and the more we are doing, the more important we promote ourselves to be. We brag about our lack of time and wear our weariness pinned to our chests like so many shiny medals of honor decreeing the rank of our productivity.… Read the rest