To understand the value of time falls short of anything adequate we can express. Everything we know is based on some measurement of time. The concept of an existence without time is incomprehensible.
Numerous illustrations attempt to help us wrap our minds around the concept, but no matter how hard we try, we cannot grasp it.
From the day we are born to the day we die, we only know time: The time we sleep, the time to get ready for work, the time we spend at work, family time, the time we set aside for worship, and the list goes on.
Based on someone’s career, they may place greater value on their time than others. One thing is for sure, once time passes, we cannot get it back. It cannot be regained or relived.
When we look at the direction of our leadership, the value of time takes a sharper focus. From the time we prepare ourselves to lead and influence others to the time we actually spend in building those relationships, every second contains great value.
Let us use our time wisely and make the most of the opportunity to lead with care.