How does one make time for anything nowadays? It ain’t easy.

If you plan to start a big project, it will take lots of time.

You will have to make sacrifices and somehow figure out a way to modify your daily itinerary.

Do you head out for work early every morning to pick up that cup of coffee from Tim Horton’s or Starbucks?

Sounds like you could save fifteen minutes here.

Do you go out for lunch with your friends everyday?

This one may have to go , too.

Your favorite program on TV?


It sounds tough, but if there is one universal truth that go-getters with families and full-time jobs share, it is that all of them are pressured to scavenge time that seemingly doesn’t exist.

Me? What do I sacrifice?

80 % of Hollywood & Bollywood movies, TV watching, Internet surfing without a purpose, and many other activities because I’m curious  and interested in so many things.

I have learned to say NO without feeling upset or guilty. in order to say YES to what truly matters.

I probably save at least 20 hours a week because of this old-fashion word “sacrifice”.

Sacrifice is just a boring word in our wealthy societies of instant gratification.

When was the last time that you heard a friend of yours use it?

For most of us, we make small sacrifices when we must choose some activities over others.

Remember; it is impossible to do it all.

But as the old saying goes, if you want something done, ask a busy person to do it!

This way, by being more productive, we end up having less to sacrifice.

What are you ready to sacrifice to get what you want?

What is your own personal sacrifice?

Personal indulgence?

What kind of price are you willing to pay in order to fulfill your dream?