Time is often our enemy. But why? Time is simply a measurement of reality. Reality is not an enemy, not to a reasonable person. The problem is that most of us have more priorities than time. The existence of time limitations forces us to prioritize. If we prioritize well, then time management will not be a major issue. Some people prioritize better than others. If something seems reasonable or desirable, they do it when it comes up. Priorities are determined by chance, or by other people. We all must take responsibility for setting our own priorities — and sticking with them. Otherwise, life controls us, rather than the other way around.
If time management is a problem for you, think about what your priorities are. Have you even set your priorities? This can be a difficult process. But once completed, it tends to get rid of the time management problem.