We all have the same 24 hours in a day. None of us can steal a minute here or there to get extra time. We all get the same 24 hours, the same 1440 minutes, and the same 86,400 seconds in a day. Related: Why You Should Create A Weekly Planning Process In spite of that, many of us fret over time. We complain about the lack of time, and there are many who have written about time. “Time is money," is a famous adage. Motivational speaker, Michael Altshuler, has said, “The bad news is time flies. The good news is you're the pilot." The fact is, like it or not, we are all time managers, and the time we manage—or fail to manage—is ours and ours alone. I hear my clients complain frequently about never having enough time to do what they need to do. They have a never-ending list of tasks that never seem to get completed because they don't have “time." And while they fret about it, their level of stress mounts. What's the solution? Perhaps we need to take heed of what Michael Altshuler says: “You are the pilot of your time." You are, in fact, the only person who can decide how to spend your time. If time management is stressing you out, here are five time management secrets to becoming less stressed if not completely stress-free.
March 30, 2015