Most people get the impression from me that they shouldn’t watch movies…
They shouldn’t play video games…
And they shouldn’t spend that much time with their friends and family…
That’s NOT the case.
I’m an advocate of taking a few hours off to do what you enjoy and recharge your batteries, so you can come back stronger.
What I’m not an advocate of is being lazy, procrastinating, and doing nothing most of the day.
You see, most people are using it as an escape mechanism to get away from their struggles, because they don’t like what they do.
That’s why research shows that U.S. adults are spending up to 6 hours a day watching TV and videos on social media.
Now, imagine if you just spend 3-4 of those hours working on yourself and improving your skills.
Where will you be in 3, 6, or even 9 months? How would your life improve? What would happen to your income?
That’s what a lot of my students do. They spend time developing a high income skill they can use to make a side-income in a short period of time, so they can reward themselves more often.
If you want to know how you can get the same skill, click on the link in my bio.
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