Time or priority

We often say, "I have no time," instead of "It's not a priority."

In 168 Hours, Laura Vanderkam states that, in our society, "there is plenty of time for raising kids while running a business, for working, teaching, and training for a triathlon, or whatever brings joy and meaning to your life."

Vanderkam says that recognizing this requires changing the narrative: instead of saying we don't have time to do X, Y, or Z we should say we won't do X, Y, or Z because "it's not a priority."

March 12, 2024
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