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Check out this video describing “The Jar of Life.” This concept is a great way to start thinking about your lifestyle design…

 

Minimalist author, Joshua Becker, says it best:

“The first step in crafting the life you want is to get rid of everything you don’t.”

To make time for the things you want in life, you have to say no to the things that stop you from growing…  

 

In order for me to find time in my busy life, I had to trade time from one thing to another.  This isn’t as easy as it sounds!  I have always worked long hours and spent lots of time socializing. I also would just waste time.  So i asked myself, “Where am I supposed to get time to do things to help me grow?”  So i started simplifying and focusing on the things that mattered TO ME most. The idea is simple…Get rid of the things that are keeping you down and pulling you away from the things that matter.  Instead, use that time to the things that help you grow toward a lifestyle of your own design.

 

For me, I wanted to get in shape and be more healthy.  With limited time, I had to prioritize it with all the other commitments that are pulling for my time.  If I was running late, I would skip my exercise routine in an attempt gain back the time.  This resulted in me not sticking to my exercise plan.  Once I prioritized this, if I was running late, I would push my whole routine back to ensure that I stick to my exercise plan.

 

You say that’s simple…huh?!?!

 

It is with Tiskr!

 

With Tiskr, you get a visual map of your available time and how you spend it so that you can see where your time is going.  When you set up a goal with Tiskr, you choose what stays, what goes, and what new things are on the horizon.  Incremental improvements is what will get you long lasting results.  Changing one bad or time wasting habit for a new habit will get you closer to a life designed for you and by you!

 

Tiskr is lifestyle design made easy! Start today…

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