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N.E.T. (not enough time) syndrome is the acronym I have given to those occasions when I feel like there simply isn't enough time in each day for me to do the things I either need to do or think I need to do. Do you have days like that? If so, here's my description and suggested cure for N.E.T. syndrome.

Symptoms:
A constant feeling of mental and physical overload.
The inability to focus on one task at a time.
Total exhaustion at the end of the day.

Cause: Assuming too much responsibility at home, work, and socially.

Affects:
In trying to do too many things, each task may not be done as well as it could or should be.
A tendency to quickly and frequently lose patience with family, friends, co-workers and self.
No rest and relaxation time.

Cure: Acquire and practice the skill of saying "No" in order to prevent daily overload. Establish and remain committed to priorities, making time for yourself a top priority and sticking with that plan. Accept the fact that due to circumstances beyond your control, sometimes things just do not go as planned. Some things have to be pushed to another time or possibly even remain undone.

Not by might, nor by power, but by My Spirit says the Lord of hosts. Zechariah 4:6 NKJV

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