If you’ve ever said, “I’m too busy,” “I don’t have time,” or “I’d love to, but____,” you’re normal. Becoming a little bit better every day is a winning strategy for everyone; only a few seize the opportunity for consistent, incremental improvement leading to sweeping, long term gains.
Julia Cameron writes about making time to write (or do anything, really) this way:
“The ‘if I had time’ lie is a convenient way to ignore the fact that novels require being written and that writing happens a sentence at a time. Sentences can happen in a moment. Enough stolen moments, enough stolen sentences, and a novel is born — without the luxury of time.”
What could you begin today to improve the quality of your life?