Five Ways to Change Your Fitness Level, and Your Life
(Part 4:Time Management and Planning)
by Bob Wells, CPT, CES, PES, Pn1, Pn2
The great Benjamin Franklin famously said, "If you fail to plan, you are planning to fail." These words highlight a fundamental truth about the need to plan.
From fitness to travel to work, this aphorism rings true: in order to ultimately be successful with anything, we must have a plan and manage our time wisely.
So, how do we manage and plan our time wisely in order to accomplish all of the things that we need and want to do to be successful? One way to master our time is to "obey" Entrepreneur's 10 commandments of time management:
By implementing these proven time management strategies, you can remove any self-limitation or self-sabotage you have around "not having enough time," or today not being "the right time" to start on your next journey, fitness or otherwise.
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