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How will you fill your time in 2010?


With these objects? Unlikely.

Look what Business Today wants it's readers to do. Buy these objects. They'll fill your cupboards and whatever space you have. But not your time; unless you love those cars and bikes so much that you are always out driving them, exploring and wandering. That's quite something, indeed.

However, most people would only drool over these cars/bikes. They can't buy. Should these objects become the goals to achieve, then? Not really. Yes, they can be bought once you also have some good amount of money. But where will that money come from? By doing something worthwhile. And what are you most likely to do? For you to figure out. Once you figure out 'which activity', strive for excellence in that activity, find out ways which will help you perform easily and excellently.

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Cutting the Cord to Materialism
Let’s start with an exercise … Grab a small sheet of paper and a pen or pencil.After you read the following question, please take 5 deep breaths before answering.Write your response to the up-coming question on your piece of paper in one sentence.Here is your question to answer:

If you had the opportunity to do one activity for one week without any worry about finances, cost, or other outside commitments, what would you love to do for this week?

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