A time window is a period of time that brings with it an opportunity which if not taken will disappear. For example, an elderly couple regrets not traveling while they still had good health. Or, parents look back with sorrow; they didn’t play with and enjoy their children while they were young.
When time windows slam shut and we didn’t live the opportunities, we experience time remorse. Good time managers live the windows of opportunities and end up with great memories. “Memories are times that you borrow to spend when you get to tomorrow,” from Paul Anka’s song “Times of Your Life.”
Are you looking at a time window soon to close? Is it time to make a memory?
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