10,080 Minutes: Living What Matters One Week at a Time
The work-rest cycle of one week, 10,080 minutes, is plenty of time to accomplish small goals or at least work towards greater life goals. But do you create a lifestyle that makes living all 10,080 minutes per week meaningful? Have you thought about your lifestyle?
Page 1; “Time is not made or saved, only spent, and there are two ways to spend it; intentionally living what matters or not.” Robin Joss
Page 5; We now look upon these four pillars of our lifestyle as guiding principles against which we evaluate all future goals and opportunities.
Page 8; “We have done those things which we ought not to have done, and we have left undone those things which we ought to have done.” Charles E. Hummel — Tyranny of the Urgent
Page 18; Boundaries simplify decision making.
Page 19; Therefore, we have created a lifestyle that defines what we can control and supports that which we cannot.
Much more… Discover how the Joss family planned and achieved the who, what, when, where, and why, on how they wanted to live what matters. Most people, with a little time and vision can answer who, what, where, why, and how they want to live, but get hung up on the when. “When” is wrought with obstacles and risk, often times preventing people from trying in the first place. Obstacles and risks are the tricky bits that keep plans from ever seeing fruition.
Join us as we walk you through the process of creating a meaningful lifestyle.
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by Robin and Dan Joss