Some people think that bad time management is caused by not having enough time in the day. Those people are wrong. The real cause of poor time management is from not using time effectively. We can’t control the amount of time we have but we can control how we use it. Making smart choices and striving towards reasonable goals and expectations are two fundamentally good ways to overall your time management.
- People make a mistake when they assume time management is specifically about managing time.
- To get more out of the time you do have you need to decide which events and people actually are deserving of your time and learn to walk away from those that are not.
- Make your environment work for your needs and skill set and set reasonable, doable goals for yourself.
“Time cannot and will not be managed, and you will never get more of it. The problem is rooted in the choices you are making with others and your own choices.”