Yeah, 2020 pretty much sucks.
Australia caught fire. War with Iran seemed imminent. Kobe died.
And now this.
It was only 12 weeks ago when we were all bright-eyed and bushy-tailed about the New Year and all the great things we were gonna do.
Then the bottom fell out.
I couldn’t write to you last week. Tried, but couldn’t.
Because trying to put a “positive spin” on disease, unemployment, financial uncertainty, and social isolation doesn’t quite roll off the fingertips.
But I will say this …
Many (but not all) of us have more time on our hands than we know what to do with.
If I can offer one piece of counsel as we stay cooped up in our homes for these next couple months, it’s this:
Use your time.
Turn off the TV and read the book. Better yet, write the book.
Put down the phone and finish the courses you’ve bought.
Or, maybe pick up the phone and shoot the videos you’ve been putting off for years.
Use this time. Because (hopefully) we’ll probably never have this much of it ever again in our lives.
Jim Rohn once said, “time is our most valuable asset, yet we tend to waste it, kill it and spend it rather than invest it.”
Depending on how you invest your time, 2020 can still be your year.
What can you commit to doing with your time? How will you invest your time so you can come out the other side of this better than before?
Leave a comment below and let me know.
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