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In all areas of our life this law holds true, whether it be health, relationships, career, increasing our knowledge base, growing our business or our spiritual growth. We must embrace a certain amount of pain or we will not grow.

Can you give some examples of how this works in different areas of life and business? Post your examples.

A survey done by the International Coaching Federation stated that “Time management is the number one area in which clients ask life-coaches for help.”

God is not silent

When you eat out at a restaurant you have to say no to a lot of tasty items in order to enjoy the one you really want. Life is like a restaurant; you have a wide variety of choices but you can’t eat it all. If you try you’ll end up not enjoying any of it.

Recognizing that you have only a limited block of time and learning the power of “NO” is the first step in time management.

Are you managing your no’s?

Before you can manage time you have to deal with your commitments. It doesn’t matter how well you manage your time or how efficiently and quickly you can do things, if you continue to add commitments you’re going to be stressed and unable to do things well.