In our time-crazed society, lots of time is what most of us don't have. Yet, all of us would like to have more time. So what can you do about that? Expand your time. It's simple.
You see, linear time is actually something that responds to our thoughts and feelings because time is a function of the Universe. The Universe responds to the way we feel about time by adjusting the amount of time we have.
If you feel like you're chronically short of time and that you're always PRESSED for time, that's what you get - compressed time. It's always a perfect match between the way you feel and what the Universe delivers.
So, if you want to expand your time rather than compress it, all you have to do is expand your internal feeling about time. How? Simple. Whenever you feel pressed for time, just begin to act as if you had all the time in the world. Think about it. How do you act when you have a lot of time? You move at a leisurely pace and you enjoy yourself. You rarely do any of the things that you do when you're in a hurry - drop things, forget things, bump into things.
So, even though you may need to get a task done quickly, try slowing down your actions and thoughts for a minute or two. Those minutes of "slow time" will literally expand your time horizon and something in your day will adjust to give you more time. It's Universal law. Try it - it works!
Also, one last quick tip: If you want to have more time, stop saying things like, "I just don't have time!" Remember, thoughts are things and words have wings. Good luck!