Here's the technique. Note down what you do, when you do it and how long it takes you. When the phone rings, note that down and how long you were on the phone; when you visit Facebook or Twitter, not that down and how long you were on-line; when you stop for a coffee, note that down and how long you sat down for.
With time and motion studies we get away from kidding ourselves about how hard we are working, and we identify the things that we use to interrupt ourselves or overload ourselves. If you are spending 36 hours on a task, now that you know that you can look at how you can improve your workflow; if you are taking longer breaks than you realised you can set yourself alarms on your phone to remind you that your 15 minute break is over; if you get easily distracted by social media you can now allocate yourself specific times you will use it, even if you are using it for your business.
Starting today, get working on your time and motion study. Note everything down, and in a week's time, analyse your results.
And you know, as soon as you get real about what you're actually working on, I bet you find you have an extra hour, an extra day even, and maybe even more. Truth is, we all have enough time to do what we truly want to do. So ask yourself this ... if you're finding things to occupy yourself with that are not the priority to your business, are you actually in the RIGHT business?