Everybody Has The Time
Some people are so self centered that they think if they could just schedule their own time, they could do the same, and therefore they don't even try to schedule for the work of others, or try to get others to participate in the time they do have available. This can be taken as a cause for the problems for them. Some of you need to find a different project, to another organization, because you perceive yourself as unable to work within the current system, as your inability to reach a desired outcome forces you to undergo the use of the safety valve, to "catch up,"
Or perhaps some unknown number of the people complain that they can't be bothered to get up and go to the bathroom, but are perfectly willing to show up to the job and task assignment because of their undivided attention and focus, when in reality they do not have the time to do so.
even though the fact that he only ran out of time because he misdirected his attention to a side project and thus denied time for what he wanted to accomplish is a reality he understands.Similarly, when one observes someone who claims to lack the time, invariably we notice someone who lacks direction. This reality is also a fact he understands. In order to find the person who lacks direction or structure, one must look for the same fact he knows.
But here's the thing, time is a factor in every day life. The goal should be to get out of the bedroom, get out of the house, put on your shoes, get your coat on, get to work. Time is very important. Your boss and co-workers could all go off somewhere for the night without you, which is not good for you. Because it's so used by people, I believe it has a high negative impact on perception of people who don't have it, so often it acts as an excuse. Just as terrible as using it to excuse your own bad behaviour.
This is why it's always a good idea to try and find a group of people who have similar interests or who are like you in some way. There are more than enough excuses out there to make a day out of doing nothing. Ask someone who's a musician about what's available in your area, ask someone who's a painter about their art etc
The core reason people fall back on this excuse is that they don't really want to own up to any failure because they will have to face it. If you fail to achieve something, it makes you more miserable than if you achieve it, so of course you're going to wait. If you don't get around to it, that's fine, but sometimes you need to get it out of your system. We have no choice about that because we need to motivate ourselves. The whole idea behind a business is to motivate ourselves and have a reason to work. If you don't have any reason for work, it's just going to be a blank page on a computer screen waiting for us to click it.