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The Consequences Of Paying Others

There are real consequences of not reaching office on time, or not meeting a project deadline, and that makes us focus on work, instead of our exercise, nutrition, reading or meditation.

The consequences of missing our beloved activity or hobby or even the relaxing walk in the park are not felt right there. We habitually prioritize work as we try to squeeze stuff we like to do in the small pockets of time we get in between.

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Each of us has an ideal list of things we would want to do or ourselves, right from the moment we get up. It can be reading for pleasure, enjoying a peaceful cup of coffee, or taking the dog out for a refreshing walk in the park.

We need to list out a set of non-negotiables that we first need to do to pay ourselves**, and then work on paying others.**

  • Most of the time, we spend our money, energy and time on obligations and things that benefit others, not us.
  • We exhaust ourselves mentally, physically, emotionally and financially due to our current tasks and to-do lists that consume us.
  • We need to think about our future s...

  1. Prioritize your 2 to 3 non-negotiables in the morning, what you can do on your own.
  2. Do stuff you love doing and what makes you relaxed, and define them clearly.
  3. Write it down on your to-do list as an important item to check off every day.
  4. Don’t mix with any work-r...

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