If only there were more hours in the day...I could get more done. Have you ever made this statement? Well, studies show that it's not about the hours in the day, but rather how you use them. So wishing for more time than the 24 hours you are allocated, is just wishful (and wasteful thinking).
Why do some people get more done in a day than others? Self-discipline.
The ability to organize one's thoughts and actions into a hierarchical to-do list and methodically move from one item to the next - without delay or detour - is what time efficiency experts call successful time management. And it's something most of us can do better.
Even those of us who are highly productive and goal oriented. Those individuals can benefit from greater self-discipline by managing their time in such a way that affords them the opportunity be more holistic in their daily achievements (e.g., getting in proper exercise, leisure activities, domestic duties, romance, scheduled time to do nothing, etc.).
The bottom line is that time is our most valuable and precious commodity. Greater self-discipline is inextricably tied to time management and will not only help you get more done, but get more out of each day. Watch the video below for some highly effective time management tips.