These are two key aspects to focus on during every playing session.
If you have a large bankroll then you want to limit your exposure time that you are willing to risk your bankroll.
Just like tournament play sessions are time limited to 10 hands and the 11th hand is when you can go all in. Then the top three chip count leaders move on to the next round for semi finals and then the final money round where even the last place finisher gets paid.
With regular table play we use the decade chip capture method for our money managment system but not our time management. This is critical and very useful in choosing to either stay in a winning shoe or move on to a better table.
These are just a few of the tricks of the trade we teach in the private membership.
all the best,