We are so in the moment, and our lives are so short. That causes us to have a lot of trouble with time management. Many of us get so caught up in the moment that we don’t truly see how much time we actually have. We have all these expectations and expectations are never going to be met so we become anxious. I’ve found that this is one of the ways I get better at time management.
The good news is that this anxiety is something you can overcome. Time management is something that you can control. The bad news is that it took me a while to figure out how to do it. It took a lot of trial and error to figure out how to control this anxiety and I still don’t understand how to do it. But the point is, you can do it. I have a video that’s going to help you with that.
It took me a while to figure out how to control this anxiety. I had to look up the words “control anxiety” and “control time management” on wikipedia, as well as google. My first attempt at controlling time management was to set up a timer to run at 9:30 PM for two weeks, and I was always anxious to get in before the timer ran. Once I figured out how to control it, I was able to sit down and watch the clock and do it.
I don’t know if you’ve ever had to deal with a time crunch, but here’s the thing: you can’t stop it. Time is an unlimited resource, which means that you can’t run the clock on your own. You need to make choices.
To control time, you must make a decision to take more time than what is currently scheduled, or you must make a decision to do less time than what is currently scheduled. If you decide to do less time, you must take in account that you will have less time to accomplish your goal. If you decide to do more time, you must take account that you will have more time to accomplish your goal. This is a difficult balance to strike, but it’s not impossible.
The problem with this is that we often make choices that we don’t realize we’re making. It’s hard for us to say “I wish I’d taken more time.” Because we’re so busy that we don’t even notice that we’re making the choice.
So now we can say the same thing. We can agree to disagree on the merits of your choice as long as we have other options (like taking a vacation or being a chef). But the longer the time goes on, the more we may have to take some time to get things done.
So in that vein, I’ve noticed that I have more time this year than I’ve ever had, but I’m very stressed about what to do with it. I’ve made countless decisions that I’ve realized I shouldn’t have made. But I still have to make decisions. So I’m probably going to fall back on the old adage about time management and that I should use it better.
Ive found this to be true in the past. The hardest thing about time management is that you have to make a lot of decisions to accomplish so little. To make a decision in your life is to make a decision about everything. For example, if you were to make a decision about the amount of money you should have spent on lunch, you would probably want to eat it in public.
So maybe I should change my decision about my lunch to a decision about making decisions to make time less stressful.I guess I don’t really have to make any decisions, but I do have to decide how much work I should do.