James Schramko here with a reflection on time. As you know, there are 24 hours in a day. Now if you were to sleep for eight of those, which is probably quite healthy and if you were to work for, say eight, which again, I think is too much but it’s probably reasonably healthy, then you still have eight hours a day left. Eight hours.
Now, the average American watches five hours of video a day. So for most people, if we were to cut back on our social media, if we were to cut back on our Netflix, if we were to think about the activities were doing and work on doing the right things, as Peter Drucker used to say, we can get a lot done. So instead of thinking there’s no time, just think where are you putting your 24 hours? Get a good sleep, you do some good work, you still got plenty of time to get everything done you need in a day.
In a future video, I’m going to share with you a few tips I’ve got on how to structure your week for maximum effectiveness, and also how to structure your day to get a lot more done. I’ll be sharing some insights and tips from my book, Work Less Make More, which is available on Amazon and Audible.
I hope you’ve enjoyed this. Think about today’s point and that is, there’s plenty of time. You’ve got eight hours to do whatever you need to do every single day. Catch up with you soon.
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