How Much TIME do you Spend on your Dream?

        How much time do you spend on your dream a day? We have 24 hours a day, and 6 to 8 of those hours are for sleeping, so that leaves us with 16 to 18 hours of awake time. Many of us say we need more hours in a day. Free time always seem to feel like it goes by too fast and quite frankly we can’t do everything we would like in a day. Out of that 16 to 18 hours, it’s probably only 4 to 6 hours of free time once you factor in everything. Some people used that time to spend with loved ones. Some people use that time to relax and step away from everything. They say that if you truly want to be successful you have to make some sacrifices. It might require some long nights and loneliness, but it’s supposed to be worth it in the end. So how much time do you spend on your dreams? Is there a weekly quota?

        A few millionaires have stated that you should work 14 to 18 hours a day (especially, during the first year) if you dream of becoming a millionaire. Some say that 12 to 14 hours a day is the bare minimum. Maybe your dream is not to become a millionaire. Maybe you just want to be somewhat secure or being able to live off of what you love to do. Either way, the journey is going to come with some sacrifices. It’s unquestionably an eye opener for me. I’m not at the point where I can spend 14 to 18 hours on my dream a day. I currently have obligations that won’t allow that, but in the near future I want to try to do the minimum. They say you should at least work on your dream for 12 hours a day (6 days a week), and I’m going to try that (in the very near future) and see what happens. I work on my dreams almost every day, but definitely not for that long. If I want to see change, I guess I should make some changes. It’s time to shift gears and add some momentum. I’ve been treading behind for way too long.

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