Nietzsche on Time Management

June 15, 2020 pwm1

When one has a great deal to put into it, a day has a hundred pockets.

— Friedrich Nietzsche (1875; by Friedrich Hartmann, Public Domain)

It truly is amazing how much we can accomplish in one day if we disregard the chaff chronically flying by us and remain focused on our objective, filling little pockets of time with individual actions that move us forward. It is also truly amazing how easy it is to waste a day, looking back and wondering, what just happened?

—Mike Hazell

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