In 168 hours, there is easily time to sleep 8 hours a night (56 hours per week) and work 50 hours a week, if you desire. That adds up to 106 hours, leaving 62 hours per week for other things.
We all have the same amount of time, the homeless man, the billionaire, the teacher, the blogger, the investor, all of us we have the same 24 hours daily, 8,760 hours yearly, 168 hours weekly, 1,440 minutes per day and how we spend it determines how fulfilled our lives become. Our indoctrination growing up has shaped the way we look at time and changing that programming can and should lead to putting your destiny in your hands.
Laura Vanderkam, in her book 168 Hours: You Have More Time Than You Think, shares some great insights on how we have more time than we think we do have and how our time can be maximized by focusing on our priorities. 168 Hours is the story of how some people manage to be fully engaged in their professional and personal lives. It is the story of how people take their careers to the next level while still nurturing their communities, families, and souls.
Here are some of my favorite takeaways from reading 168 Hours by Laura Vanderkam: