Time, how we value time is all relative, right? We all have only 24 hours in every day. In that regard, we are all equal. You could be the woman in a Waiea Penthouse with a 360-degree view of Oahu or the teenager in school feeling “stuck” as if high school will never end…. We all have only 24 hours.
Personally, I value my time. At this age in my life, I know how much time is worth. And you really cannot put a dollar value on it. The question becomes how I spend my hours to get the best return on my time. Where do I sow my energies to get the longest-lasting value? And since we are all eternal beings, I ask the question, where can I sow my time to get the biggest return on my life for generations to come?
You are probably asking, why am I addressing these questions to introduce this blog? (My first blog ever). I jumped into this MKE program because I was given a link to the introduction by a person I deeply respect. (Ginny Caroselli). Because she sent it to me, 2x…. to get my attention, (I am very busy); I decided to listen. Fast forward, I joined this program 2 weeks late. I was on an unplanned trip to Oahu when I realized that MKE was starting. So here I am in week 3 doing weeks 1 & 2’s work. Have I felt overwhelmed? Questioned what I get myself into? Even questions ahead of time, which of these assignments are necessary? Yes… to all those many questions. I am guilty of probably thousands of thoughts (doubts) that have floated through my mind as I am trying to figure out what I need to do each day to get caught up. Does anyone else have these kinds of thoughts?
With that said, what keeps me here is that I have hope, great expectations, and belief that all this effort will pay off in the long run. If I did not have that mindset, I wouldn’t even be doing this. Guess what I am trying to say is: I have FAITH that this is what I am supposed to be doing right now. I am right where I need to be and this is the next step on my journey. Am I doing everything perfectly? Hardly. Am I even doing all that I am supposed to? No, but I am trusting that I will and that this will get easier. What I am sure of is that my “subby” has been running my show for decades and I am tired of how it has been programmed. If I do not even try to get control of this ship, then I am responsible for where that ship will end up. I am excited about this upcoming voyage that is launching. Looking forward to using my minutes over these next 6 months to see where this adventure will take me.