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What conclusion would an analyst draw about your core values or where you’re going with your life from [a report of how you spend your time]? Would it show a man who makes his girlfriend, fitness, and education his top priorities? Or would it reveal a man who values video games, Doritos Locos, and Reddit memes the most? ~ BRETT & KATE MCKAY
You are the CEO of your life, whether you act like it or not. Your current stockholders include your spouse, children, coworkers, friends, and acquaintances. Everyday you run into your core audience. How are they evaluating your use of time?
Years ago I was struck by this concept. I was in a downward spiral of self-indulgence leading to a lot of time wasted in front of the TV, sleeping and feeding my face.
My wife was not at all happy with our interpersonal or intimate relationship.
I happened upon an obscure CD from the library, an interview of Dr. John Gray (Men are from Mars) by Anthony Robbins as part of Robbins Power Talk series.
Gray talked about how men are always ready to go sexually, but that women need a very long time to warm up and the foreplay begins when you empty the dishwasher in the morning.
Gray suggested that men are really good in the workplace environment with understanding the CEO concept, but miserable at home and that we need to see ourselves as CEO of the homestead.
So when I got home that day, I was in charge. Sanitation was behind and the garbage needed to be taken out ... Continue Reading ...