Money can be made.
Tools and resources can be acquired.
Connections can be formed.
But time just is. We can't "make time" even though we often say we can.
Yes, that's very metaphysical, but it's true. We can't make time even though we like to imagine us being able to.
The point this simple truth drives home is that time, not money, resources, or connections, are a creative's greatest asset. Because if you want to make money, acquire resources, and form the right connections, you have to use the time you have to produce your work.
24 hours in a day. 7 days in a week. You do the math. The different between the people who accomplish a lot and the people who accomplish a little is how they view time.
If you ignore time, time will work you over.
If you value time, time will help you work.