Imagine you could divide the time you’re not asleep into 100 blocks of ten minutes each. And then decide what to do with those 100 blocks. That’s exactly what you can do every single day. Time to sit down and take stock of time?
Most people sleep about seven or eight hours a night. That leaves 16 or 17 hours awake each day. Or about 1,000 minutes. Let’s think about those 1,000 minutes as 100 10-minute blocks. That’s what you wake up with every day. Read more: Wait But Why.