To get more done in the time you have, you need to think of time in 4 levels and understand your time habits:
Most time management systems are too complex. Do (and don’t do) a few simple things and you can reclaim significant lost time, then spend that time the way you want.
Almost everyone at some point in their career will toy with adopting some kind of time-management system. Few stick with it. The challenge is that many time-management systems focus too deeply on the activity level—what to do first, what to do next, what the priority order is—without paying enough attention to the bigger picture.
We find it instructive to think of time in four levels:
If you want to be most productive, you shouldn’t just make time management a priority; you must obsess over TIME.
Where does obsessing over TIME start? With understanding it, tracking how you spend it, and choosing how you should spend it.
Watch this video and learn more about the four levels, and discover what levels you want to maximize, what level you want to minimize, and what level you want to eliminate.