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IF I HAD MY LIFE TO LIVE OVER

By Robert J. Fetsch

Abstract

Too little time and too much to do is a common condition for many of us. Everyday demands or chores seem to engulf the day, leaving little time to pursue things you enjoy. According to a recent nation-wide environmental scan, time management was nineteenth of the top 20 pressing social issues facing Americans (Jenson & Daly, 1988). Nevertheless, you do have choices in how you spend your time. Balancing what you need to do with what you want to do can lead to greater opportunity for success and happiness. Time: Reflection On The Past The sands of time fall steadily through the hourglass--whether we use our time wisely or unwisely. You and I are exactly one day older and closer to our inevitable deaths than we were yesterday at this time. Are we spending our time, today, the best way we can

Year: 1914
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