Time is our Greatest Gift (Life Lesson Series)

How you spend your time determines how you live your life. Everyone on Earth has 86,400 seconds each day. In First Thing Every Morning, Lewis Timberlake expounds that time, “carries over no balances and allows no overdrafts. You can’t hoard it, save it, store it, loan it or invest it. You can only use it – time.” To produce greatness in anything, someone must invest time in their endeavor. The earlier you start something, the better the outcome will be. If you start saving for retirement in your twenties compared to your fifties, you’ll amass more money. The earlier a child learns a language, learns to play an instrument, or begins a sport, the easier it is for the child to pick up that language, instrument or sport. Time unequivocally is the most dignified gift to all of us. Check out the resources below to learn how to better use YOUR TIME:

First Thing Every Morning by: Lewis Timberlake

How to Change the World by: David Bornstein

Beyond the To Do List

Mind Tools

Being More Productive – HBR


The Productive Woman

InterviewGirl.com Podcast