Time is a curious thing, usually no friend of mine. They call it being optimistic when you never accomplish all things planned before deadlines. Being a dreamer is another term used for describing achievements being right out of your reach.
Usually, time is considered being the cure of having too little time. More time. The equation is quite easy: providing more of the resource necessary –– in this case, the independent variable –– to increase the possibility of success.
However, time is a limited resource. There is not an endless of supply for us to have, rather a fixed amount for us to use. Moreover, all the things we are suppose to do, achieve and become represent an endless demand.
It is not rocket science. There will never, ever, be enough time. That is why the focus should be on demand –– the dependent variable –– where change is possible. Becoming efficient is all about finding ways to prioritize, to wisely use the resource (in this case, time), targeting your goals through creating tools and ways to follow up your progress.
Simplified, do one thing. And do it great. Time will reward your efforts.
However, I am a dreamer. There are so many things inspiring me, bewitching me, making me running blind in every direction. I know being lost may result in failure rather than success, that the possibility to stumble upon greatness is probably smaller than winning the lottery. It is a self-created sickness, encouraged by our the community, an anxiety best described as hubris.
I can accomplish almost anything. I am my own enemy, not time.
Even so, I do not find time at the moment to do any of the things I am convinced are my contribution, what I am longing to achieve, of becoming. That is a sure sign of me doing something –– all things –– wrong, a warning my blindness do or/and will or/and cannot register.
For example, I have no time for taking care of the prospect of making this blog running, analyzing and start investing in stocks (even if this blog is an excellent tool). For now, a confession has to do. Please note, dear blog, you are a dream, never far away. Hopefully there will be more time for you very soon.