Do you really want to say "I wish I'd done that", over and over again when you look back at your life?
The excuse of not having enough time is redundant. It's always possible to be flexible and find new ways to approach things. I heard recently how someone had written for 1 1/2 hours every week for 4 years, and now they've been able to publish a book.
Taking time to look at life differently is always worthwhile. Try changing one habit today. Even if it's just stopping to look out of the window when you're washing up, and really observe the view. Appreciate anything beautiful which is growing, and notice the colours. It might make you want to take 5 minutes to go outside for some fresh air. That's all it takes to change the automatic pilot we often run on.
If every banker in the world followed the stages in this book, there wouldn't be a global financial crisis. Too many think we have to conform to be successful, but top business leaders are all highly creative, and always on the look-out for the next new thing.
Richard Branson is an excellent example of looking for ways to bring fun into his schedule. There can't be many with a busier lifestyle, but he never makes excuses that he doesn't have enough time to enjoy his passions. I think flying in balloons results in a more expansive mind than simply sitting at a desk turning the same problem round and round, and getting nowhere.
ZPoint is an excellent way to clear issues which are keeping you stuck. Grant Connolly, the creator and developer of ZPoint, runs online training courses. In 8 weeks your life will be transformed, and you will have the ability to cope with everything life throws at you. Please get in touch if you want to know more, because I couldn't recommend ZPoint training more highly.
"Almost always, the creative dedicated minority has made the world better. " - Martin Luther King, Jr.