Imagine you have a daily deposit of $86,400 in your special bank account.
This bank account doesn’t carry over any balance from day to day, doesn’t allow you to add more money, and each evening it cancels out any amount you haven’t used during the day.
What would you do? Withdraw every dollar every day!.
We all have such an account, and it’s called Time. Every morning, you are credited with 86,400 seconds.
Every night, any unused time is written off as lost. There’s no carryover from day to day, and you can’t borrow time or use more than you have.
Each day starts with a fresh balance, and each night, any unused time is eliminated.
If you don’t use the day’s time, it’s your loss, and there’s no way to get it back.
You can’t borrow time or take a loan against your time or someone else’s. The time you have is the time you have, and that’s it.
Just like managing money, time management is up to you.
It’s never a matter of not having enough time to do things but a matter of deciding whether you want to do them and where they fall in your priorities.
Moral of the story
Time is the most precious resource, use it wisely.