[Disclaimer: This post is logically based and designed to challenge your thinking.]
Fact: There are 24 hours in every active person's day for all but 2 singular days in their life, their date of birth and date of death.
Fact: Once a measure of time elapses, currently, there is no way to "get it back" or make it up. It's gone.
So, on any given day, we all have the same standard of time to work with.
Research suggests: The human body needs sleep to properly function. According to the national sleep foundation, you should have 7-9 hours of sleep each night.
So, the optimally performing human being has around 16 hours of consciousness per day.
Fact: Your schedule determines when you perform activities. Even if you don't write it down or track it, you still follow a schedule; it's simply more chaotic.
Research suggests: You make your best decisions in the morning, next best after lunch, next after a break in the afternoon.
Fact: Not every activity you perform has equal bearing on your results. Some activities are better than others. One activity, therefore, must be the best activity for results.
So, when is your most important activity performed? When is your least important activity performed?
Now, this can be applied in four different areas where the results matter: Self, Social (Friends and Family), Career (Active Income), and Money (Passive Income).
Have you thought through your process yet? Once the process is in place, the results become easier to achieve. You simply adjust the process as necessary.