I’ve got this great idea, and I’m going to start working on it when I find the time.
When I find the time, I’m going to clean out the garage.
I’m going to open up a retirement account, back up my hard drive or go on a vacation when I find the time.
But finding time is a myth.
Nobody finds time, suddenly waking up with a full day of nothing on the agenda. You don’t find time – you schedule priorities. You intentionally spend time – like it’s a currency – on the things you deem most important.
Stop hoping to find time.
It will never happen.