Let’s assume each day begins and ends at midnight.
Let’s assume we work for 10 hours a day, 5 days a week.
That leaves 14 hours.
We sleep for 8 hours a night.
That’s leaves 6 hours every week day.
And 16 hours each Saturday and Sunday.
That’s 6 x 5 = 30 hours Mon - Fri + 32 hours at the weekend.
A total of 62 hours a week, of your time to spend.
Time is our most valuable asset.
Why don’t you treat it with greater respect?
Are you spending your time wisely?
Are you investing your time? Or wasting your time?
Time is given to you every day.
You can spend time.
You can waste time.
You can’t borrow time.
You can’t gift time.
Your time is yours and yours alone.
You can chose to spend it with others but you can’t give time away.
Nobody can steal time from you.
Nobody receives more time or less time.
We all receive exactly the same amount of time every day - 24 hours.
Every day without fail, until you pass away, you are given 24 more hours.
You can’t double spend time. Once the moment is gone, it’s gone forever.
You can’t get into time debt.
You can’t spend tomorrow’s time today. It’s waiting for you to spend tomorrow.
Today, you already have 24 hours to spend.
We have all complained about time.
“I just don’t have the time!”
“Where does the time go?”
We often talk about saving time.
But you can’t save time.
At the end of the day, your 24 hours will be spent.
You’ll have to wait until tomorrow for more time.
Make the most of your time.
Don’t waste it.
When you have time, spend it sensibly.
Spend it with the ones you love.
Spend it relaxing.
Spend it on learning.
Spend it on self-development.
Spend it on a new hobby or past time.
Spend it learning a new language.
Spend it learning a new skill.
Spend it with friends.
Spend it on holidays.
Please stop wasting your precious time.
Please start spending every minute of every hour on things which matter.
We are here but for a moment. Spend your time more wisely.
From now on, please think about time. Your time.
It’s All About Time!
Please read this twitter thread a few times.
Let it sink in.
Then, promise yourself; you’ll treasure your time more.
Value your time and think carefully how you spend it from now on.