If you’re 47 or younger, you’re a time billionaire
Are you using that time wisely?
IMPORTANT, READ WISELY
1 billion seconds = 31.7 years
The average human lives about 79 years.
If you’re 47 or younger, that means you’re a time billionaire.
You likely have 1 billion+ seconds left in your life.
If you’re 20, there’s a decent chance you’re a multi-time billionaire.
But almost NOBODY thinks this way.
Why is that?
It’s because our society places more value on being a dollar billionaire.
We severely overvalue the dollar billionaire and undervalue the time billionaire.
This is flawed.
Warren Buffett is worth billions of dollars.
No young person in their right mind would switch lives with him if they had to be in their 90s.
Time billionaire > Dollar billionaire
Time is the most precious asset in the world. Everybody has the same amount of time each day.
You can’t buy more of it.
It’s the only thing in our lives that we can’t reacquire once it’s gone.
On average, here’s how we spend it:
• Sleeping = 26 years
• Trying to fall asleep = 7 years
• Working = 13 years
• TV = 8.3 years
• Eating = 4.5 years
• Chores = 4.3 years
• Social media = 3 years
• Commuting = 3 years
• Grooming = 1.8 years
• Exercise = 1.3 years
With an average life expectancy of 79 years that leaves us with 6.8 years of free time.
What falls into this bucket?
• Falling in love
• Going to concerts
• Time with friends/family
• Giving back to the community
Only 8.6% of our lives!
How much of your 6.8 years have you already used up?
What would you do differently with your time if you cut that number in half?
Think about these questions.
Then ask yourself:
“How can I optimize my time in the other buckets?”
Stop the time pass. Work harder