Assuming there is a bank, that will always credit your account each morning with $86,400 and carries over no balance from day to day.
It allows you to keep no cash balance. And when evening comes it cancels whatever part of the amount you had failed to use during the day.
What would you do? Draw out every penny, of course! Well, everyone has such a bank. Its name is Time.
Every morning, it credits you with 86,400 seconds. And in the night it writes off everything, as lost.
Whatever of this you have failed to invest to good purpose. It carries over no balance and allows no overdraft.
Each day it opens a new account for your day’s deposits, the loss and profit are yours. There is no going back.
There is no drawing against the “tomorrow.” Remember there is never enough or too much time.
It’s only us that can decide on how to manage our time and nobody else. It is never the case of us not having enough moment to do things.
But the case of whether we want to do it with the time already given to us by our creator. Time is precious, particularly when it comes to archiving our goals in life.
Always understand there are never more than 24 hours in a day. Most entrepreneurs respond to this fact of life with focus and purpose.
Others freak out. Your daily plan should revolve around working on tasks and activities that directly relate to making your day successful and productive.
One of the worst things you can do is jump into the workday with no plan or a clear idea about what needs to get done.
Just say no and eliminate distractions in your daily activities in other to make use of your time and have a good day.
Particularly those of the social media variety. It is true your smartphone is extremely useful.
But it’s also addictive and among the most treacherous time-wasters known to mankind.
It may take a massive exercise in willpower. But shut the door and turn off your phone to maximize your time. You’re the boss to your 86,400 seconds.
Therefore be prepared to move on to more productive tasks. By learning from the past experience to avoid wasting time later on.