“But I don’t have enough time…”

There are 168 hours in a week.

Typically, we spend:

40 hours working.

56 hours sleeping.

35 hours eating, showering, traveling, etc.

This adds up to 131 hours of our week locked-up in overheads.

This still leaves you with 37 hours a week to pursue your dream or hone your craft. Time is on your side whether you like it or not, stop making excuses.


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