Waste Time Meaning? It’s Right Here

Waste time meaning

“Waste Time Meaning?” So you want to know what it means to waste time? I hear you. Let’s discuss that.

I’m Wasting Your Time

Doesn’t it just suck when someone wastes your time? It’s like they have nothing important to say, but they don’t care. Every word they say is just filler. They’re obviously just biding time trying to see how long they can last without anyone noticing.

See, I’d never do that. Why? Because I’m brilliant, not in a self-aggrandizing way, just more of a “I’m too humble to tell you how awesome I am, but it’s super awesome” way.

That’s why when people just keep talking, obviously just picking words out of the air to stretch a sentence, annoyingly so, and with great aforethought, even to an infuriating degree, without really caring how much time they’re taking or who they’re taking it from or how long their taking it, or how closely they might be creating a horrible run on sentence, it’s annoying.

What’s annoying? Exactly!

Don’t Blame Me

Now at this point you might be sitting here angry with me as if I’m just wasting your time. Who me? You might even feel like the meaning of words has lost all meaning: “waste time meaning” – what does that even mean?

Before you get angry with me, let me just tell you: don’t blame me. I’m about to tell you why. It will knock your socks off. It’s amazing. I mean, it’s like “wow”. It’s not that I’m stalling or just trying to fill up the page. I have a reason – a big, solid, thought out, well-reasoned, important, thought-provoking, not at all delayed reason.

Here’s the thing: this post may be full of filler (filler would be stuff that you write that’s not really important, but that fills out the page – hence “filler”), but it’s just a post. You stuck around through all the filler for a “waste time meaning” and quite possibly wasted a few minutes of your life.

But the bigger question is this: how often do you do this with life? Is your time spent on filler or on something worthwhile? Are you just existing, or finding new ways to improve yourself, learn new things, make new connections, and change your world?

Is your life filler? If so, are you just going to keep reading or are you going to go change it. (Hint: here’s a primer for a more wowful life.)

David Bishop

David is CEO of Cedowin Productions, dedicated to helping you live your best life through positive habits. He has inspired tens of thousands to improve habits and communication through books, articles, workshops, and apps. He is the creator of AweVenture, helping families enjoy fantastic, active experiences and Zombie Goals, literally making building healthy habits a game. He’s authored several books including How to Create Amazing Presentations, 7 Steps to Better Relationships, and The Man in the Pit, which helps people who have loved ones struggling with depression.

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