If you decide to plan something, time will be the ultimate deciding factor in determining the achievement. In order to attain goals you must really believe in what you want and therefore the only obstacle should be the time scale for making it happen.
Even if you haven’t got any obvious goals, unconsciously you constantly participate in short time planning i.e. what time to get up, weather to walk to work, what jobs to do at work etc. and all come under the heading of time management.
Procrastination could be considered as bad time management, it may be the case that you are postponing jobs, because you have a backlog due to ineffective planning of your time.
Making the best use of your time should also extend to none physical activity i.e. developing thoughts, attitudes and perceptions, in other words the power of thought.
Getting Things Done
Once you have identified your goals; organisation, planning and execution progress is reliant on your time management. It is often the case that people are always extremely busy or at least give that impression, but you need to analyse if this effort actually achieving results. The answer in most cases will be no, this is known as the 80:20 rule i.e. 80% effort, 20% results. Establishing where and on what people need to focus their time on, will get it done efficiently and within schedule.