What if there was a way to create more time? What if you could inject more enjoyment into mundane day-to-day activities? What if you could manifest a fulfilling life using a simple 3-step process?
This book explains the difference between clock time and Emotional Time, and the exact method by which the author personally gains more Emotional Time every day. If you’re tired of pushing the clock and putting your goals on the back burner because you don’t have time, this book is for you.
Emotional Time: The Importance of Gratitude doesn’t contain time management techniques that you’ll find in any other book. However, following his process can take as much (or as little) time as you have available every day. By following the quick process laid out in the e-book, you will create more time, increase your enjoyment of day-to-day activities and achieve better results from your actions.
- doesn’t spend as much time as they’d like with their families.
- doesn’t have enough time to pursue hobbies or goals.
- feels that their lifestyle lack enjoyment.
- is tired of the daily grind and wants to experience more fulfilment.
When you read this book and follow the simple 3-step process laid out, you will start noticing the positive aspects and experiences in your life and you will create more Emotional Time. You don’t need any special tools or experience, and it will work for you whether you’re a teenager, or whether you’ve been young for sixty or eighty years.
If you’re tired of reading stacks of self-help books without much substance, trying to find the best ways to manage your time, you’ve found the one book that will make a quantifiable difference in your life. Emotional Time: The Importance of Gratitude is a short, easy read with specific tools, resources and action steps that you can start implementing in the next hour, if you wish.
1: Emotional Time – The Importance of Gratitude
We all wish that we had more time at one point or another. The world has become one big rush from one commitment to the next, with everyone scurrying around to find quicker, better ways to make more money. It’s as though we think that by accumulating enough wealth, we’d be able to buy time to spend with our families or to spend pursuing hobbies, goals or ambitions that have been on the back burner while we’ve been keeping the expenses paid and wolves away from the door. This process, for many, can be a thankless journey which never reaches fulfilment. If you have reached a point where you are so deep in that you don’t see your way out, this book is for you.
We’re going to look at some vital action steps that you can take right now to help you gain more Emotional Time – and this book is unlike any other suggestions you have tried before.
Think about the time management techniques you are already using:
- Clearing emails on your smart phone during those free pockets of time
- Controlling our day by making lists of important tasks and being more effective
- Being more effective by focusing on the most important priorities first
These techniques work to some extent, but fail in terms of promising that more productivity can be leached from the time available. At the end of the day you are left with a sense that you can squeeze more from life, but at the same time you are maxed out with no more resources to draw on to achieve more time to pursue those things that matter most. Even with all the available time management techniques at your disposal, there are still those tasks that do not get done.
2: Emotional Time – Emotional Mountains & Ice Creams
We are conditioned to measure time using a clock. However, we can also measure time by the state of our emotional energy, and Emotional Time is all about managing emotional energy. Have you heard the saying “Time flies when you’re having fun”? When we’re having fun, we have lots of emotional energy and we enjoy what we are doing; the task at hand comes easily.
I like to use the analogy of emotional mountains and emotional ice creams. Emotional mountains are those times when we have enough clock time to do a certain task, but we lack the emotional energy to get down to doing it. Emotional ice creams are those tasks that we enjoy and do easily with minimal depletion of emotional energy.
Most time management techniques are about our outer game. For example, you could buy a smart phone to clear emails on the phone when you’re waiting for an appointment, or you could create a to-do-list and focus on the most important tasks first. This will enable you to be more efficient and effective. These are obviously very good habits, but you also need to explore the inner game component of good time management.
Emotional Time is all about your inner game and how you manage emotional energy. With more emotional energy at your disposal, you can use the clock time available more effectively, and create the capacity to deal with emotional mountains more effectively. In this book, we explore ways in which you can change your inner game by interacting with your environment in a different way. You can learn this Emotional Time technique that has supported my life and will support yours, too. Learn this one amazing routine to get started on your journey of success.
To your success
Carl J de Wet
A New Understanding Of Time And Success