y most overused theme is “There is never enough time in a day.” I have given serious thought to why this could be and I’ve come up with two variables. One is, There’s plenty of time—I just spend most of mine doing things for other people.
The other is, I don’t have enough time because I spend it all trying to organize my “To do lists.” I really need to get down to the foundation of exactly what it means to have enough time. I have to determine what time value means to me and what my daily challenges could be. I have to stop glossing over the items on my list and make an effort to finalize them. I have to resist the urge to add items that really shouldn’t be on the list. Most importantly—I have to stop making lists—and just get things done.