A Great Read: HOW TO ADD 3+ HOURS TO YOUR DAY

26 LETTERS

If English is your only language, every thought you’ve ever had and word you’ve ever said was bound within the frame of 26 letters — organized, arranged, and rearranged. Even the greatest masterpieces, the deepest philosophies, the simplest ideas — all conceived as varying combinations of 26 letters.

3 COLORS

Every painting and design — no matter how simple or complex — is the organization and arrangement of three primary colors. And within those three colors are limitless possibilities for blandness and beauty.

24 HOURS

Within every given day, each person’s life is a reflection of the organization and arrangement of their 24 hours. And as we can see from the distinctness of each person’s life, there are infinite ways you could arrange 24 hours.

OPTIMIZING YOUR LIFE BY REORGANIZING THESE 24 HOURS

It is safe to say that your current arrangement of 24 hours is not optimal. It may be good, but is it best?

In this section, I provide two simple case studies to illustrate the major outcomes that can result from a minor reshuffle of your 24 hours.

CASE 1: STACY

Stacy is in her early 40’s. She has ten and 12 year old boys whom she home schools. She works about two days per week. But for the most part, she’s home with the boys.

Her daily routine for the past few years has been as follows:

Wake up between 7–8 A.M.
Get breakfast ready and eat around 8:30 A.M.
Home school her boys from 9 A.M. to 2 P.M.
Decompress (e.g., take a nap, surf the web) from 2–5 P.M.
Get dinner ready between 5–6 P.M.
Eat dinner with the family around 6–6:30 P.M.
Hangout with the family from 6:30–11 P.M. (although bed-time is inconsistent)
With this schedule, she hasn’t been able to purposefully move toward her dream of getting back in shape and finishing her first novel.

She decided to restructure her 24 hours to make that possible. Here’s how she rearranged her schedule and what the results have been:

26 LETTERS

If English is your only language, every thought you’ve ever had and word you’ve ever said was bound within the frame of 26 letters — organized, arranged, and rearranged. Even the greatest masterpieces, the deepest philosophies, the simplest ideas — all conceived as varying combinations of 26 letters.

3 COLORS

Every painting and design — no matter how simple or complex — is the organization and arrangement of three primary colors. And within those three colors are limitless possibilities for blandness and beauty.

24 HOURS

Within every given day, each person’s life is a reflection of the organization and arrangement of their 24 hours. And as we can see from the distinctness of each person’s life, there are infinite ways you could arrange 24 hours.

OPTIMIZING YOUR LIFE BY REORGANIZING THESE 24 HOURS

It is safe to say that your current arrangement of 24 hours is not optimal. It may be good, but is it best?

In this section, I provide two simple case studies to illustrate the major outcomes that can result from a minor reshuffle of your 24 hours.

CASE 1: STACY

Stacy is in her early 40’s. She has ten and 12 year old boys whom she home schools. She works about two days per week. But for the most part, she’s home with the boys.

Her daily routine for the past few years has been as follows:

Wake up between 7–8 A.M.
Get breakfast ready and eat around 8:30 A.M.
Home school her boys from 9 A.M. to 2 P.M.
Decompress (e.g., take a nap, surf the web) from 2–5 P.M.
Get dinner ready between 5–6 P.M.
Eat dinner with the family around 6–6:30 P.M.
Hangout with the family from 6:30–11 P.M. (although bed-time is inconsistent)
With this schedule, she hasn’t been able to purposefully move toward her dream of getting back in shape and finishing her first novel.

She decided to restructure her 24 hours to make that possible. Here’s how she rearranged her schedule and what the results have been:

He also gets way more time with his family. Instead of commuting 15 minutes each way and running for 1–2 hours after work, he now heads straight home. So, by reallocating one hour of time, he has actually gained approximately three hours of quality life each day.

CONCLUSION

26 letters is enough to create your worldview and everything in it, down to the minutest detail. 24 hours is enough to create whatever life you want. How you arrange your 24 hours is up to you.

However you want.

But for starters, make a few minor tweaks like Stacy and Matt did. You can dramatically improve your life by simply shuffling a few hours from here to there in your schedule.

With practice, you’ll be able to completely control and optimize your 24.

Limitless potential.

by AIROWS.com