We can’t make time speed up and we can’t make time slow down. We can, however, go faster than time. Go faster than time by deciding what events you want to occur on future dates. You can do that by describing them as written objectives—long-range goals. Then, plan/arrange and execute the actions—intermediate goals—that will make your planned future events materialize. In this way you can get out in front of time.
People who are in control of their lives maximize this advantage. People who are out of control don’t. They always find themselves in a time crunch. They let time overtake them by starting the above process too late. It’s called procrastination.
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