How To Maximize Your Downtime

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A message from God to you… How to maximize your downtime. Do you feel like you’re in a hurry up and wait mode? Truth be told there is no such thing, especially in the mind of the wise. You’ve got plenty to do. Just because you’re not on center stage yet doesn’t mean you don’t need to keep perfecting. Spend this time grooming yourself. Workout, meditate, refashion some things, reconnect with people, check and double check where you are on things. If nothing else, get some rest. Once things start clicking, you’ll wish you’d used this so called down time in a more productive way. True professionals realize there is no such thing as downtime. Every second counts.

Don’t think for one minute that I don’t know what feels like to be in the abyss. At present, I’m right where you are. There’s nothing more frustrating than waiting on The Holy Spirit to show you what’s next. But when you know better, do better. You’ve been here before. This is the time to take a second look at your laundry list. Trust me, you’ll find there are things that matter now that weren’t even on the radar a few weeks ago. Moreover, once you’re live and in full effect, once you’re up and running, you will not be able to go back in time fix things. You can’t un-strike a match. Knowing how to maximize your downtime is critical. That means don’t sleep the opportunity to get better organized.

The time you have today you won’t have in near future. Additionally, your growth will, if it hasn’t already, create an even larger disconnect in both your personal and social life. Use this “downtime” time to reach out to people with whom you’ve lost touch. Also, take a moment to re-examine your processes and your priorities. Put mildly, God is allowing you time to get your stuff together. Take inventory of everything. This includes your personal, social, and business interest. As you evolve so should your grasp on the important things that constitute your life.

Lastly, take a moment to be grateful and reflect. Making it to this point wasn’t easy. You’ve really busted your butt to get here. Celebrate your success, but don’t get caught up in it. Lastly, I caution you to remember this, “To whom much is given much is required. With new levels come new devils.” Be prepared. The air it thin up here.

From God, to you, through me, Dr. D Ivan Young.

I love you madly, most sincerely I do,

Dr. D

By Relationship Expert Dr. D Ivan Young

 

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  1. Great God-directed advice. God’s blessings will follow you Dr. D Ivan Young. Thanks.

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