Honestly, it’s kind of fun. Every Sunday, I look at the week, and it’s kind of a puzzle.Casey Greenawalt
- Our schedules are often so full of commitments that we don’t have enough time for meaningful interruptions.
- Until we learn to manage the time spent on the important and urgent, we will struggle to make the time for the important and non-urgent.
- Some of the most important things we can do in life will never feel urgent, so they require great intentionality.
- Most of us have more time than we think.
- Whenever we face unexpected interruptions that are out of our control, we can always make thoughtful and intentional choices to adjust our schedules accordingly.
- The most meaningful moments in life take place in the margins.
- At the beginning of every week, ensure you have set aside enough time to complete those tasks, engage in those rhythms, and invest in those relationships that you consider most important.
- Set a timer before completing boring or otherwise difficult tasks, and don’t stop until the predetermined time is up.
- Audit your time by reflecting on how you spent every hour of last week, then adjust your schedule next week based on those reflections.
Design Your Day
There is little in life more devastating than the realization that we are not becoming the people we’ve dreamed to become. This week, Dr. Michael Brown and Casey Greenawalt recommend an intuitive routine that guarantees a life well lived.
Schedule Your Priorities
Often we neglect the important tasks in life because we let the things that feel more urgent get in the way. This week, Dr. Michael Brown and Dan Costello unpack principles and practices that will help you take control of your schedule.
Make Less Money
What would it look like if every time we were offered a job, we posed the question, “Are you willing to pay me less?” This week, Dr. Michael Brown and Dr. Justin Brown consider the surprising benefits of a lower income.