Are You Spending Your Time On The Right Stuff?

May 31, 2011

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Happy Summer Sunshine!  In the states, Memorial Day weekend marks the kick-off of summer.  That means for the next four months, I’ll spend the majority of my time out east at the beach in Sag Harbor.

While there were parades and parties all weekend, Josh and I did something a little different to celebrate.  We took an electronic holiday. Translation: no email or computer use + no cell phone checking for two full days.

It’s something I highly recommend you do with your family and friends if you want to experience real quality time together.  Speaking of time, today’s brand new Q&A video is all about how YOU spend your time.

If you have a lot on your plate and always feel like you could or should be getting more done…

Or, if you have loads of great things you want to do but not enough hours in the day, watch this video now.

Deepak Chopra makes a “guest appearance” and you’ll learn a simple exercise you can do in less than five minutes to make sure you’re spending your time on the right stuff.

Think you’re too busy or not ready to work toward your dream? Think again. Watch this MarieTV on how to overcome procrastination, so you can get your special gift into the world.

As you know, insight without action doesn’t mean jack.

So in the comments below, start taking action now by telling me two things:

  1. what impact the “reframe” will have on your life and on getting more done when you implement it
  2. the results of the quick “priorities” exercise

Your share might be just what someone else needs to hear to have a breakthrough.

And if you found this video helpful (or simply entertaining!), share it with your friends and family.


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