13180: Two Ways You Can Buy Back Your Time

Hey there, hero!

If there’s one thing we don’t have enough of, it’s time.

But there are ways to guard your time and protect what you have.

You can even take steps to re-claim that precious commodity. One is fairly obvious.

The other can feel a bit dangerous. A bit risky.

I’d like to set your mind at ease about that “dangerous, risky” one.

How do you guard your time? How do you make sure you have the time you need to do the things you want? Let me know in the comments below.

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  1. The ability to say “No” I learned from you. Even though you have brought this up specifically in your courses it pretty much permeates your teaching. The same with buying back your time—you have always promoted outsourcing to other professionals what they do best so we can concentrate on what we do best—acting.

    Building websites, using tools for time management, using Pozotron, etc., etc.

    While Mr. Clear may have a catchy way to message, don’t sell yourself short. This valuable message comes across in all you teach.

  2. Acknowledging that I am`in a secure enough position to say no, (courteously and kindly of course,) is an amazingly empowering feeling. In addition to reclaiming my time – as the senators say – that feeling alone makes the experience worth it. Thanks for turning me on to James Clear. You and he make excellent points and have helped me clarify my thinking about this and many other subjects.