Leverage all possible resources. Sometimes we have resources available to us that we don’t effectively utilize. When you leverage all possible resources you create maximum benefit to everyone. It might be a co-worker or co-workers who can assist you with getting things done. It could be a friend or family member that can help with some of the items on your list that need to be done. For example, when I worked for IBM, and a client needed something, I knew that I couldn’t possibly know and understand every aspect of each piece of hardware and software. What I did know is who did know about certain pieces of hardware and software. So when a client needed to know something, I knew who could help them and effectively leveraged these resources. It’s okay to not know everything as long as you know who does know what you need. This can help you leverage your time and use it to your advantage.