By David E. Maxwell
DJGN-Publisher/Music Review Liaison
CEO of D.E.M. Beats Production
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Here’s An Important Announcement: There Is No Such Thing As Time Management.
Think about it; the term is an oxymoron. Time cannot be managed. It cannot be controlled in any way. Everyone gets the same number of hours and minutes every day. Nobody no matter how shrewd can save minutes from one day to spend on another. No scientist no matter how smart is capable of creating new minutes. Even with all his wealth, someone like Bill Gates can’t buy additional hours for his day. And even though people talk about trying to “find time,” they need to quit looking. There isn’t any extra lying around. Twenty-four hours is the best any of us is going to get.
Using Your Time Wisely.
How much time do you waste every day? What does this translate to in a month — or a year?
You can’t manage your time. So what can you do? Manage yourself! Nothing separates successful people from unsuccessful people more than how they use their time. Successful people understand that time is the most precious commodity on earth. And that we all have an equal amount, packed into identical suitcases. So even though everyone’s suitcase is the same size, some get a higher return on the use of their content because of what they do with the time they have. Why? They know the value of the time packed in our suitcases and that we all are passing through this life at the rate of 24hrs a day.
“It is not enough to be busy. The question is, ‘What are we busy about?”