Why Set Constraints

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Think of a 6th grader.

  • Her full-time job involves 8 hours of school a day.
  • Then, she practices with her basketball team for 2 hours.
  • She then has 3 hours of homework every night.
  • And on the weekends, she has 5 hours of ballet.
  • Don't forget her daily chores and acting as therapist to her BFFs in boy-crises mode all-day-everyday.

And yet, she still manages to:

  • Eat a hearty dinner with her family, nightly.
  • Hang out with friends at the mall.
  • Watch her favorite TV shows.
  • Chat up her little buddies online.
  • See movies.
  • And, still go to bed at 9 p.m. every night.
  • ...to sleep a ridiculous 8 hours.

Oh, and she remains the same jolly-joyful-upbeat hip-hip-hooray kid we all know. @$%^$^@ &^@^&!

We Adults Suck

We're 5% as productive as kids, but think:

  • "We have no time for fun because we have so much work to do!"

Boo.

Schedule Like a Kid

Set constraints for yourself.

  1. Schedule more fun.
  2. Sleep 8 hours.
  3. Challenge yourself to bigger goals.
  4. Increase your daily workload.

Then, see how you just "magically" become 9869048372581 times more productive, and a kabillion times more happy.

Work more. Play More. Live more.

 

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Posted on January 30

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