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Episode #85  

Are you someone who uses the excuse of “I don’t have time”? If so, listen to this episode now and shift your perspective. Hear Dr. Ryan Lowery’s take on priorities and being fully present in the moment. Every single person has 24 hours in a day. It is a fixed interval; however, how you choose to prioritize your time is completely up to you. So stop using excuses and start making time to achieve your goals.

 

 

Enjoy the show!

 

 

 

Takeaways

Every single person-- no matter their age, race, gender, or anything-- has 24 hours in a day. That’s 168 hours in a week that can be prioritized.  If you spend 8 hours a night sleeping, 8 hours a day working, around 4 hours a day eating, showering, and driving, exercise for an hour each day and completely take Sunday off, you still have 22 hours in a week left. Start prioritizing what you want to prioritize and stop using the excuse of “I don’t have time.”

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Dr. Ryan Lowery Instagram

Dr. Ryan Lowery Facebook

Dr. Ryan Lowery Youtube

Documentary Be Here Now

 

Show Notes:

  • The “I don’t have time” attitude 1:22
  • Everyone has 24 hours in a day 3:42
  • What are your priorities?  4:30
  • Balancing priorities if you have children 7:43
  • Being fully present versus half-engaged 9:37
  • Work-life balance 16:01
  • Prioritize what you want to prioritize: my challenge to you 16:50

 

Tweetable quotes

“There’s 168 hours in a week. If you spend 8 hours a night sleeping, you work a typical 9-to-5, you spend 4 hours a day between eating, showering, and driving, you exercise an hour a day, and you completely take Sunday off… you still have 22 hours in a week beyond all of that.”

 

“Besides every other thing people talk about, at the end of the day the one thing that we all have that’s the absolute same is 24 hours in a day.”

 

“Is it really that you don’t have time, or is it that it’s not a priority right now?”

 

“Priorities are never in conflict”

 

“People get lost and confused and wrapped up in this word balanced.“

 

“You do have time. Everyone has 24 hours in a day. It is what you allocate those hours to that become a priority.”

 

“Stop yourself and letting others from using the excuse of I don’t have time. Instead just understand that it’s not a priority, and that is completely fine but, It’s just a different mindset.”

 

“Priorities are never in conflict. Focus on what those priorities are and stop using the excuse I don’t have time”

 

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