There are exactly twenty-four hours in each day. . . Your time is fixed. (Dave Phelps, management consultant)
Phelps: “Managing your time isn’t the real issue. What you need is to manage the activities that are consuming your time.” A lot of us really do struggle to manage our time. We use calendars, appointment books, and devices, and still struggle to keep it all straight. Perhaps we should consider ways to make choices to evaluate, adjust, and even eliminate some of our activities.
I discovered that there is ceaseless activity, day and night. . . Too much activity gives you restless dreams; too many words make you a fool. (Ecclesiastes 8:16; 5:3)