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Misconceptions About Time -
Where Does Your Time Go?

Time Management Guide Part 1

Misconceptions About Time Revealed

It is quite surprising when you sit and think about where all the time in one day goes.

Twenty four hours is really a lot of time. But on most days it scarcely seems enough. But this is because of certain misconceptions about time.

Let us proceed to carefully examine where all that time goes and find out if twenty four hours really is the amount of time available to us.

To accomplish this, I have listed out certain points which will help you to get a realistic view about how much time you really have in a day.

We do not really get twenty four hours in a day. Maybe itís because we always talk about the twenty four hours in a day, we get the feeling that we really do have twenty four hours to finish our daily business and the fact is that we do not.

This is a common enough misconception about time that can really hurt you in the long run.

Assuming that you hit the sack at least by twelve in the night and taking for granted the fact that you need at least seven hours of sleep, let me fix your waking time at seven in the morning.

That means that you have already lost seven hours, which we can deduct from twenty four, giving us only seventeen waking hours.

Now if you think that all those seventeen hours can be used for productive work, you are wrong again. We come to our next point.

The seventeen waking hours cannot be used completely for productive work.

There are many things that a human being should do in order to continue to live like a human being and some of these things do take up a lot of time.

Now the list that I have drawn up in the following page is sure to vary from person to person. But I have based the times for each action on what I felt to be reasonable times as far as any normal human being is concerned.

You might want to make a separate chart based on your own individual practices.


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