If there was a competition to find the number one excuse of all time (pun intended) it would hands down be "I don't have time". We get an invite to go somewhere or do something. A friend suggests we learn something. We get an idea for something we would like to do. Try to count the number of times something has been shut down by the excuse "I don't have time".
The obvious solution to this problem is to create a routine or schedule that makes time for all these things. But maybe there is a little truth in the excuse and you genuinely have limited time. The good news is that many things can be achieved by doing a little often. In fact you will be surprised by how effective micro managing time can be.
Let's take a look at some examples of how we can micro manage time. This principle is the same for each so we can apply the principle to anything we want.
The most important things to remember to successfully micro manage time is to be prepared. Know what you are going to be doing throughout the day. Make sure any equipment you need is easily accessed and to hand. You do not want to waste any time doing anything other than activity you want to accomplish.
If we think about the amount of time we are creating throughout the week. Say 10 minutes every hour for eight hours, say 5 days a week. That is over 6 and a half hours of exercise or practice every week. It does not matter what you are doing. Adding over 6 and a half hours of exercise or practice a week is going to substantially increase your progression.