Time is finite but, unlike money, time is also replenished every second,” the entrepreneur and writer Seth Godin once said.
So as I wish you ‘Happy New Year’, dear readers, here’s hoping you can reach all the goals you’ve set this coming year.
Also I’d like to wish you all a year full of good vibes, positive attitude and, yes, opportunities!
Being an admirer of Godin adds value to my life in a profound manner. I try to keep up to date with his writing, but it’s not always possible.
Too much time
Time wasn’t a problem three and a half years ago when I first arrived in Denmark with my wife Catherine and Ines – at the time our only child.
At that time, we were living at my in-laws and time was passing at a tortoise’s pace – like we like to say in Brazil – and my primary concern was how was I going to find a job.
The only email in my inbox was either some sort of spam or a ‘thank you’ for subscribing to a new cloud-based service from the likes of Google Drive.
Yes, not only did we have plenty of time, but those were desperate times!
Too little time
But things started looking up in 2014, firstly due to the arrival of Cecilia, our two-year-old ‘rocket-fire’ daughter.
By then a lot was happening with me professionally. Time by then as a resource had started to become less available.
And now here I am in 2017 looking back at was has probably been one of my busiest years and the best year I’ve ever had professionally.
Making better use of my time has now accordingly become my new year resolution.
So how do you perceive your time today and what are your new year resolutions for 2017?