Everybody gets the same amount of hours in a day. It’s your job to use that time most efficiently. Instead of planning your day as a checklist, look at it as a series of 100 10-minute blocks that amount to about 1,000 minutes.
Between all the categories such as exercise, family, personal projects, work, and chores, what are the things that deserve to go into those boxes?
Most people will squander their time and procrastinate rather than filling the blocks with what matters. But your days and blocks are numbered. Prioritizing your time works, whether it helps to visualize it in 10-minute blocks or lists.
Read: 100 Blocks a Day
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