It took four years, but you finally got your wish — more time. Not a couple of minutes, but a whole 24 hours. What’s your plan? How are you going to spend this valuable gift?
Often people look at the calendar and see February 29th as just another day on the calendar. But it can be so much more.
The news reports say when Pope Gregory proposed the new calendar it was in order to better sync the seasons with the dates, he even named it after himself — the Gregorian calendar and we have been using it ever since. That’s probably an obscure fact in history, but let us move forward to now.
Are you going to continue your ordinary routine?
Are you going to schedule something monumental? When you complain about not having enough time, what do you say you’d do if you were granted that request?
Your words have power
Whether we complain about what we don’t want or state what we do. It is believed that the sub-conscious does not understand a negative. Here’s an example: “I don’t want to be in debt.”
These studies state that the sub-conscious actually hears: “I want to be in debt.”
You’ve been given an entire day.
What language are you going to use to empower that time you have been given? How are you going to define that precious of all commodities — time?
Tonight before you go to sleep, make a list of actions you want to take on this special day, because remember, it won’t happen for another four years—don’t waste it…
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