The 1/9/90 principle of time perspectives - Deepstash

The 1/9/90 principle of time perspectives

1% past-focused: I take about 15 minutes a day to journal . I try to occasionally reflect on the past to learn. 

9% future-focused: This is the time I dedicate to planning and thinking about the future . I always want to be aware of the fact that life can be long.

90% present-focused: This is when I execute my plans and the time I spend enjoying my days. I don’t want to be lost in thought when I do these things.

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