Patience and persistence often get mistaken for each other, but they are not the same. Which one do you really need to meet your goals?
The concept of “time management” has no place in the natural world. If you want to get more done, more effectively, you need to master a more ancient skill.
We live in the illusion that acquiring more will give us optionality, and therefore freedom. But more stuff rarely gives us the types of options that truly desire.
Cyclical time cannot he managed. It can only be observed.
Time is not something you find at the lost and found. It isn’t lost, and you won’t find it. What you can find is a way, or an excuse. The choice is yours.
You will never find the time. Time isn’t waiting at the lost and found. The only way to get the time is to create the time.
The crucial skill of productivity is to learn when to step on the gas and when to ease off, when to storm and when to surrender.