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Time Whores: Bitches Be Stealin’ Yo Time | Unfolding Destiny
Time Whores: Bitches Be Stealin’ Yo Time

Time Whores: Bitches Be Stealin’ Yo Time

Introduction:
WELCOME BACK! I’m sorry for the dissonance. I had to take time and prioritize my life. School started, and I needed to readjust my schedule in order to make some huge changes. But, I’m back, and I’m fresher than ever.

Listen, we’ve talked about “dying” already. You already know that there is a limited amount of time you will have on this earth.

Most of us take this time for granted. Naturally, people tend to be lazy because they feel as though there is all the time in the world. If you examine the story of Fyodor Dostoyevsky, you will an entirely different view on life; however.

I won’t go into the details because Robert Greene does an amazing job talking about this man in The 48 Laws of Power. Go read this book ASAP because it will certainly change your life.

Dostoyevsky was set up to be killed by a firing squad. It was all a ploy, however. Nobody was actually supposed to die, but the men on stage believed they were experiencing their final moments. Suddenly, a messenger on horseback with a message from the king thwarted the operation. Instead, the writer was sent to 4 years of imprisonment.

That close encounter with death made him realize all the time he had wasted his whole life, and he vowed never to waste a single moment again- he vowed to live each moment like it were his last.

He cranked out novel after novel fervently until he died.

Now, you don’t have to meet with such a dire consequence in order to capitalize over your time.

Let’s talk about how you can accomplish all of your dreams.

Oh, and by the way, that watch up there is an actual watch. It’s very sexy, and I’m going to buy it as a reminder to myself.

It’s called “The Accurate”, and it was designed by Mr. Jones Watches. If you want to go buy one, go for it. I think it costs about $150, and they’re usually sold out.

Anyway, let’s blast this out of the park.

Create a Bucket List

This is the first thing you need to do because it’s a JAW-DROPPING, EYE-RIPPING, exercise.

Open up an Excel spreadsheet, and then create a 101 goals list.

If you don’t own Excel, no excuses; go to www.google.com/docs and use the free spreadsheet they provide.

There’s a great benefit in using Google’s service in that everything is online; therefore, it is impossible to accidentally leave your spreadsheet on your home computer.

You want to put down 101 goals.

Is this hard?

YES.

It took me 7 hours to write mine. Now, I’ll be honest: This wasn’t entirely focused time. I procrastinated a LOT because of how hard this exercise was.

After the 10th goal, i was struggling.

You see, this exercise is so life-changing because it shows you exactly how your life would have played out had you not made the list.

Without a bucket list, your life plays out as a series of random events, and you barely have much control over the direction or outcome of how these events unfold.

Do it.

I can’t really tell you what to put on that list because this is your list.

Now, some will argue: “But, I already know my goals. I just have 5 goals in life.”

To that, I respond the following:

1. If you only have 5 goals in life, YOU SUCK, and you are WASTING your life. Crawl out from under your rock and do more with yourself. Aim for more.

2. You can add those goals onto the spreadsheet document, and you can definitely place major emphasis on them, but put in other goals as well.

Suddenly, that trip to Fiji seems more realistic than ever before!

Don’t limit yourself due to faulty belief patterns- absolutely anything is possible.

If you put down: “Run Roca with Jay Z”, every single person in the world, including Jay Z, might tell you that it is impossible; however, your unconscious mind has ways of making things happen that nobody yet fully understands.

If you give yourself a goal, you believe in it’s attainment, and you actively take action toward its completion, you will absolutely achieve it.

The first victory must be on the inside. You must win before you win. You must act before you act.

My method is different. I do not rush into actual work. When I get a new idea, I start at once building it up in my imagination, and make improvements and operate the device in my mind. When I have gone so far as to embody everything in my invention, every possible improvement I can think of, and when I see no fault anywhere, I put into concrete form the final product of my brain.– Nikola Tesla

Create your bucket list.

ABC Prioritization

Next, look at your list of 101 goals.

Print them out.

No fussing; it’s only a little over 2 pages.

Put ABC priorities to them.

This is a tactic I learned from Brian Tracy.

A: I MUST do this.

B: I SHOULD do this.

C: It would be nice to do this.

Five Year Vision

Now, look at all of your goals and put dots next to the ones that you would like to accomplish within the next five years.

Pick the ones that you knew that you could accomplish if you simply devoted enough time to them.

Also, pick the ones that you knew you could accomplish if you just had more belief in yourself for their attainment.

When you walk down the street and ask 10 people where they will be in five years, almost none of them will give you a legitimate answer.

I read in a book a while ago that there is a reason for this- I’m sorry, I forget the book’s title.

Basically, author stated that personal development is something new. Even a hundred years back, most people did not have the luxury of personal development. They knew that once they stumbled onto a job, they would work at it for the rest of their lives.

Sure, there were outliers like Benjamin Franklin, Napoleon, and Charles Darwin; however, most people had no idea that massive success was even possible for themselves.

This habit passed on for years, and as a result, most people just “wing” their lives.

You’ll be an outlier the MOMENT you put those dots on the paper. That is how amazing this exercise is.

You will notice that there will be a mixture of A’s, B’s, and C’s around these dots because you are choosing all of the goals (big, moderate, small) that you want to accomplish within the next five years.

Next, put numbers behind the letters.

For all of the A’s, go through “A1, A2, A3, A4” and etc. for every goal.

1 is most important. 2 is a little less important.

This will help you zero in on what needs your absolute attention first.

Now, there may be a few goals in each letter category that share equal importance. For instance, you may have two “A” goals designated towards writing a New York Times bestseller and winning a bodybuilding competition. To you, both goals are of equal importance. If such is the case, you may give them the same number. So, they can both be “A1”, if you like.

Do the same for the B’s and the C’s.

Time for a Ne-Yo break! Heh, heh, his song “Part of the List” just couldn’t be left out of this post.

=)


Five Year Clarity

Now that you have your list numerically prioritized, you must make some decisions.

Start with the A’s.

You actually need to make an A1.

Before, I said it was already for you to have various conflicts of interests, such as was the case with writing a bestseller and bodybuilding.

But, I only said that to help your mind more easily finish the task.

Now, really focus on all of the A’s and try to determine what is the absolute number 1, highest priority goal you need to put your attention towards.

Then, what comes 2nd?

3rd?

Do the same for the B’s and C’s.

During this task, you are setting clear definitions as to what is most important to you.

The Pareto Principle

Zen teaches us that we accomplish more by doing less.

The Pareto principle is one such principle that advocates a similar logic.

In essence, people have many wishy-washy, undefined, goals.

You are different because you put your goals down in clear writing; therefore you know EXACTLY what you want out of life. Good for you!

Many people are worried that if they do not achieve all of their goals, they will have no success in life; however, if you examine the lives of the most successful people, it’s that they have mastered the power of concentration; they don’t try to do thousands of things as once, rather, they focus on doing a few things extremely well.

They have PLENTY of goals, PLENTY, but they don’t focus on all of them at once.

The Pareto principle enforces the 80/20 rule, which simply means that the greatest change is influenced by focusing on a few key behaviors.

80% of your net worth will be caused by 20% of your goals.

In other words, if you put 100% dedication into just a MEASLY 20% of your ideas, you will have an outcome that will give you 80% back in rewards.

What you need to do next is to learn the power of. . .

CONCENTRATION

You must learn to focus on one goal at a time. Put your entire focus onto that one goal.

You have a list of many A’s, B’s, and C’s. It will be nearly impossible, at first, to prioritize your whole life so that you are going after every single goal at once. That is a recipe for disaster.

Instead, choose a few vital goals.

You may want to focus on your top five A goals and JUST keep it at that until you have achieved them.

Feel free to have more than five goals, but don’t cram too many in. And, definitely keep the list above 4 goals.

If you have too few goals, you won’t feel pressured into accomplishing things on time because you will feel as though you have all the time in the world.

By having a nice stream of goals, it makes it so that you have to do everything in a timely fashion, otherwise you won’t be able to achieve anything.

Attempt every goal every day, if feasible. Sure, they are exceptions to the rule, and you will know where those exceptions lay. Be honest to yourself, though. Most of the time, you will absolutely be able to go after each goal daily.

ALWAYS start with the most important goal first.

Focus on it until it is complete.

If it’s a long term goal, give yourself a restricted time for its completion. When the time runs out, you stop and you move on toward your next goal.

If it’s a deadline goal, then work yourself on the most important task until it is ABSOLUTELY complete. Sure, you may not be able to complete a few other goals during your day, but at least you will have completed the most essential one.

Remember the Pareto principle? 80% of your success will come from only 20% of what you focus on.

LONG TERM GOALS: Restrict your time. If you think you need 8 hours to accomplish something, give yourself only 2 hours to do it. This will force you to cut through all the bullshit and actually get it done. Once the time is up, you quit and move onto the next step- even if you didn’t finish your task.

DEADLINE GOALS: WORK ON IT until completion. Forget the other goals.

Since your 101 list deals mainly with long term goals, you’ll be focusing on restricted time.

Most of the time, you don’t NEED so much time to do something.

Eating breaks, phone conversations, e-mails, facebook, and other distractions can easily eat into your time.

Backwards Construction


Now, in whatever best way you can, take those 5 + goals (hopefully you don’t have more than 10- and even 10 is stretching it), and put them onto a separate sheet of paper.

These are your highest priority tasks for the next five years.

Take your highest priority task, and make a five year outline. Don’t get too detailed- this shouldn’t take more than a few minutes (if not 30 seconds).

Make five benchmarks, one per year.

For instance, if you want to write a bestseller, you may have the following outline:

1st year: Research

2nd year: Work on an amazing plot. Create character identities. Know the ending and work backwards from there. Figure out the back stories for the characters; even if you won’t be writing the characters’ histories down, it makes the story more realistic if you, as an author, know everything there is to be known about the characters. It will show in your writing.

3rd year: Write 10 pages every week for a year. That equals 520 pages.

4th year: Revise.

5th year: Hire and agent and try to get published.

Crazy scenario, huh? You’re probably thinking, “huhhh? I can take ALL of that and probably even condense it into one year.”

No Shit, sherlock.

But, if it weren’t for this five year plan, you probably wouldn’t have ever written that novel.

You see, many of your goals are in closer reach than you think.

Some goals will certainly require five years, and you will automatically know which ones.

Do this for 5-10 of the goals you have chosen.

Really try to STRETCH each goal, like i did, so that it must be completed in exactly five years, and not sooner.

Condense

Take those five year plans and make them realistic- you might only need one or two years to accomplish a goal, instead of five.

DON’T get too specific. The more general, the better. You just want a rough sketch for now.

For instance, with the goal of writing, you were probably blown away when you realized that in order to write half a thousand pages, all you need to do is write 10 pages a week. Hell, even if you wrote one page a day for a year, that would be 365 pages in total.

Most people want instant gratification, and that leads them to nowhere.

Forget that, and just love your goals. Love the process.

Feel free to make more benchmarks, if you wish.

But, it is just important that you start now.

For the most part, you already know what you need to do.

Just start.

The Greatest Day on Earth

People waste SO much time.

Brian Tracy taught me that most people just don’t keep track of time.

Those who do generally keep track of whether it’s morning, afternoon, evening, or night.

Above average individuals keep track of what is happening at every hour.

But, the most successful people in the world keep track of every minute.

This is what you must do.

I have supplied you with a PDF here.

Print it out because goals that are put in writing are millions of times more affective.

It’s only 2 pages- you can afford the costs.

You will be taking notes in the margins of this document, and you will keep track of things that waste your time. You will keep notice of the things that thwarted you from experiencing your day fully.

The day is broken up into 15 minute intervals.

Since you are working on long term goals, restrict your time.

This also works on school assignments because school is a long-term endeavor.

For deadlines, still restrict your time, but focus on each task until it is absolutely complete.

Don’t allot 5 hours for something you may only need 2 hours for.

During those 2 hours, go balls deep into your work and complete it.

Stop daydreaming, stop texting, stop watching porn.

Your dreams are closer to your flesh than you think.

Just get off your ass and work.

Click here for you “15 Minute Days”


About Numair Qureshi

Numair's the CEO of Mixotype, a collaboration engine powered by your persona. http://www.Mixotype.com

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