Good Disengagement
See if any of these statements are familiar to you: "I would love to get involved, but I just don't have the time right now." "I am running out of time to finish this project so I am going to have to skip the meeting." "We are going to have to postpone our meeting because almost everyone has backed out." "I really don't have the time to devote to this fundraiser. Can I just write you a check?" "I had homework in every class last night, I just didn't have the time to complete it all, so I chose what I thought was most important." "I'm sorry we missed the conference, but between carpooling, soccer practice and piano lessons, there is only so much time in the day and only one car." "I need a mental health day." "I'm allowing my child to stay home today…she is exhausted." The common theme of these statements is obvious: time, or a lack of it. More and more, people find themselves struggling to find the time to do just about anything, whether it be their work requirements, family