The 3 Gaps
We all want to make a difference. But just as you need to put on your own oxygen mask before helping other passengers on an airplane, getting your own life together is the first step to making a positive impact in the world. What stops us are gaps between where we are and where we want to be.
Hyrum Smith, author of The 3 Gaps and cofounder of the Franklin Day Planner, believes there are 3 main gaps that hinder us from making the world a better place. The Beliefs Gap exists between what we believe to be true and what is actually true. The Values Gap occurs between what we value most in life and what we actually spend our life doing. The Time Gap develops between what we plan to do each day and what we actually get done.
Take an hour to listen as he explains these three gaps in more detail, and offers practical tools that we all can use to recognize and close each of them. Discover how closing the gaps in these areas of your life can help you achieve fulfillment, success, and inner peace . . . and make the world a better place.
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