Here is a philosophy professor bringing to the students attention a great perspective on life. His analogy and the means used to explain this fact about LIFE, left them dizzy.
It’s easy to lose focus on the important things in your life and to fill the precious time you do have with things that don’t mean a damn thing. This video is also about ‘Time Management’, it makes us aware of how prioritizing our time is critical to having a “full” life.
If you start with all the small and trivial things… you’ll have no time for the things that really matter. BUT, if you give time to the things that are important first – not only do you have time for them, but you’ll find you have time for a whole lot more.
This video analogy depicts this philosophy wonderfully.
This is absolutely a great video , which conveys the idea of “Putting First Things First” Well Do you need help getting your jar “full”?, or if you know someone who does, do share this video with them…
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