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There’s Plenty of Time in The Future


Robby

People who have hopes, dreams or just projects they want to accomplish often complain that there “aren’t enough hours in the day.”

But what about the future?

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Way back in 1959, the physicist Richard Feynman gave a talk at the American Physical Society called There’s Plenty of Room at the Bottom. He noted that scientists had tons of opportunity to work on miniaturization. In fact, Feynman suggested you could print all the volumes of a paper encyclopedia on the head of a pin.

The point of the lecture was to note that there is no need to be afraid we won’t have enough space to store information. And if you’re worried about having enough time to get everything done that you want to do, there’s no need to worry. There’s plenty of time in the future.

Here’s how to do this: Try scheduling anything you want to do as a one-hour block on your calendar weeks or months away. Then when it comes time, do the work. Or, reschedule it.

If you reschedule it three or more times, it must not be that important after all. And if you do it when the time comes, then it’s done!

So: there’s plenty of room in the future. Don’t panic about what you can’t do today. Instead, make time to do it tomorrow, next week, or next month.

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About the Blogger: Robby Slaughter is a productivity speaker and expert. He is a principal with a AccelaWork, an Indianapolis consulting firm.

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