The price of plumbing and your calendar have something in common. Find out what it is — and what to do about it.
Not enough of it.
If you’ve priced plumbing lately, whether it was to find out the cost of plumbing services or the price of a water heater, you have noticed how expensive plumbing is now, compared with pre-pandemic times.
It’s because supply is limited. Over the past year and a half, there are a lot of plumbing products that didn’t get made, because the places where they would have been manufactured were closed or at least limited in their ability to keep up with demand due to Covid working conditions.
This is the price of scarcity: when there is less of something, it costs more. In this way, plumbing is like time.
Never enough time.
Time is your most limited resource. Even though you get plenty of time every day, there is never enough of it. That’s why it costs so much: it feels scarce (even though it’s not). It’s frustrating, isn’t it, this paradox of time?
How can you make more time, so the cost of time goes down and along with it, your stress and axiety?
The reason you have so little time is becasue you aren’t choosing wisely what to do with the time you have. You are shockingly careless about all the time that is slipping through your fingers every day.
How can you choose more wisely what to do with your time?
Please listen to this brief (under 10 minutes) talk by Andy Puddicombe about one way to change your relationship with time, and then come right back for today’s takeaway.
You have more than enough time. The question is: what are you doing with it?
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