All you can really do is your best to use the time you have and make the most of it. Focus on being effective with the time given rather than practicing busyness. Being busy does not necessarily mean that effectiveness is your experience. Proper planning may be required. Start by identifying your goal. Then, manage your tasks by labeling them either high priority or low priority. Spend your time and attention taking care of those high priority items rather than busying yourself with those low on your list. When deciding if an item or activity is worth doing, ask yourself, “Is this necessary, and will doing this move me closer to my goal?” If your answer is no, then it may be in your best interest to release that low priority item. Simply let it go. If it’s not all that important, why waste your time doing it? Freed up time could be better used doing something you enjoy!
“YOUR ENVIRONMENT DOES NOT MATTER.
Everything starts with YOU.
You must FORGE yourself through your own efforts.
and MAKE A SUCCESS of something.
That is the ESSENCE of human existence, the CHALLENGE of youth.
Herein lies a WONDERFUL WAY OF LIFE always aiming for the future.”
-Daisaku Ikeda in From Today & Tomorrow