Not literally. Time is an asset and a spendable one. When it's gone, it's gone. You can learn to use it more effectively but you can't get it back and it seems to speed up, the older you get.
Get control over your activities. If you have a schedule, use it. If you don't have a planner or calendar, such as the free one on Google, get one. Use it. Learn to say no when necessary. You are not available 24/7 for most things. Since you cannot control time, you must control your activities within time. Then you have done the best you can.
There are efficiency experts who come into a workplace to figure out how to get more production happening faster. It doesn't turn the workers into what used to be called a "sweat shop", but it does get things done more quickly and when they take the extra breaks, to reward their speed, they also feel a rise in their self-esteem. The thing I'm about to share is simple. It cost thousands of dollars, though.
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