Finding More Time

clock and books

One of the most commonly used excuses I hear is “I don’t have enough time,” or “I’m busy.” While I was listening to a video by Tai Lopez, he said something that I completely agree with. His mentor, Joel Salatin, once told him, “When people tell you that they don’t have time, add two words to the end of it: for that. People make time for things they really want to do.”

Here are a couple tips for finding more time:

  • Eat smaller lunches and use the remainder of the time however you like
  • Sleep for six hours, instead of eight, or nine, or ten
  • Optimize your surroundings so that you are not distracted
  • Prioritize with a to-do list
  • Set goals that will motivate you
  • Innovate with everything you do
  • Commit to any schedule you make
  • Figure out when you are most productive (morning, afternoon, dinner time)
  • Try to avoid wasting time on social media news feeds like Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, or Snapchat Stories
  • Stay ahead of house-chores

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Read the full post for tips on finding more time to read, and how to use your time more effectively. I am really excited about this post, so I hope that you will learn something from it.

-Tyler / thewrightread.com

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One thought on “Finding More Time

  1. Anastasia says:

    I always wonder why people say they don’t have time for something…
    Loved your tips for finding more time to read! I’ve had an ereader for a long time and now I have books on my phone and my computer too,it helps a lot if you want to read more :)

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