“I don’t have time” is a complaint you hear often, but that’s really not true. What we really ought to say is, “It’s just not a priority for me.” You always have time for what’s important. At the risk of being melodramatic, if your husband or child were taken to the hospital after a serious accident, I bet you’d find time to sit by their bedside. Because that’s way more important than finishing up the PowerPoint for tomorrow’s marketing meeting. . . . Download PDF to read the full article