Many years ago, Jim Collins, author of bestselling business book, From Good to Great, decided that his “big goal” in life was to spend half of his working time on creative work — thinking, researching, and writing — a third of his time on teaching, and then cram everything else into the last 20%.
Using a stopwatch, he tracks his current time allocation on an office whiteboard. How’s he doing? Here’s the latest figures I can find:
- Creative 53%
- Teaching 28%
- Other 19%
Lessons for Pastors?