You just need to stop doing what doesn’t matter. It’s that simple. You only have so much time in the day.
You can spend that time complaining, trying, working, tweeting, pitching, calling, running, meeting, building, training, making, looking, living, thinking, teaching, learning, planning, standing, leading, playing, waiting, growing, hearing, starting, fighting, dealing, proving, speaking, telling, acting, helping, hoping, or hanging around.
Or you can do the one thing that matters.
And if you do just that — each day — you’ll have enough time to do what really matters.
And if you do that enough days in a row, you’ll have accomplished something that makes a big difference.
Which is probably what you wanted to do in the first place.