I love Frumma Gottleib, Torah teacher with Chabad and SoulSculptors.com. Here is her video teaching about sanctifying time, which she calls "How to Make Time: Jewish Time Management."
She begins with Rosh Chodesh, part of the first commandment God gave to the Israelites prior to their exodus from Egypt. This is where Jewish time management began.
As Jews, our responsibility is to respect time and to respect ourselves by paying attention to the importance our own time. Frumma says, "G-d created time and we can create time, When something is important we don't say, 'I'm sorry, I have no time,' we make time."
Making time for the important things is what makes us G-dly. We rarely see it this way of course, and that's what makes Frumma's words so precious to me. My Creator makes time and I, too, am charged with the responsibility to make time. Rushing around and trying to do too many things at once is not respectful to G-d or to me. Or to others.
Frumma reminds me that my responsibility is to be a co-creator with G-d in this matter of making time, not a slave to harried, multi-tasking craziness. This is truly a mind shift for me on the topic of sanctifying time.