“Not enough time” is a common complaint I hear.
Doesn’t matter it was uttered as an excuse, explanation, or lament, the truth is that we all have the same amount of time. 24 hours a day, 168 hours a week, and 8760 hours a year.
How we choose to use our time is as varied as there are individuals. And it is common knowledge that better use of one’s time leads to more successful the person.
So in other words, time as a fixed commodity, how we invest it yields different returns. Common knowledge but not common practice.
Because “sometime we just don’t feel like doing anything” as Bruno Mars’ Lazy Song suggests.