As the saying goes, “time is money”, and in fact, oftentimes, time is actually more important than money. You can certainly make use of time intelligently to make back money you’ve lost, but even if you have the wealth of Bill Gates, a second lost is a second lost. There is simply no way you can buy back lost time.
This brings us to the topic of the importance of knowing how to create more time out of thin air. Don’t we all wish to do that? Haven’t you always caught yourself thinking, “If only I had just one more hour every day to do what I want to do?”
Well, creating money out of thin air is actually not as difficult as it seems, and all it requires is a reorganization of your thoughts and the way you handle and plan out your daily activities.
First and foremost, you need a “Get It Done” list. You need to have at your fingertips, the exact knowledge of what you need to have accomplished for the day, and to establish your priorities. You can’t get to a destination without knowing where you are going!
Secondly, you need to get into the habit of splitting your time into manageable blocks that you can handle. The size of your time blocks would depend on the nature of your activities. You would split them into fifteen minutes, half an hour, or one hour blocks depending on your needs. Tie this in with your “Get It Done” list, and allocate chunks of your time to each activity to your “Get It Done” list.
Lastly, and perhaps most importantly, take action and start today! There are only these three simple steps you need to take in order to create more time out of thin air. Do not see this as being too simplistic, because this truly works.
Simply try it out for a day, and I am sure you will gain so much insight into where all your time goes that you will get addicted to it. As time goes by, you will be able to more expertly decide on the size of your time blocks, allocate aptly the kind of activities to these blocks, and to prioritize with great precision exactly what activities are most important to you, effectively adding on hours to your day.