For this test, don’t just cover your left eye or your right eye: close both eyes. Now, visualize what specific and measurable things you will have accomplished between this moment and six months from now. Can you see the results you are anticipating clearly? If so, you have farsighted time management vision.
If you can’t see what you will have accomplished, you are nearsighted. It is likely you are a reactive time manager and are working on the goals of others since you can’t see your own. Is it time to write a goal-setting prescription to eliminate nearsightedness? Farsighted time managers actually write the scripts of their own lives.
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