The general consensus seems to hint that in his lifetime, the average person spends eight hours a day sleeping which translates to one-third of his life. I reckon that’s not too dis-similar from reality and thus constitutes a fairly accurate; if rather startling piece of information. Startling- because in light of this, a 90 year old has in fact lived for 60 years; with 20 years having been spent assuaging the daily exertions in sleep.
I was conducting a study sometime ago as to the feasibility of a certain endeavor when I came across a YouTube video; and in it, a particular quote- a Mark Twain's quote which I must have since referenced at least a dozen times in my conversations: "the two most important days in your life are the day you are born and the day you find out why". How loud those words resonated in my mind; and even now, still resonate
For instance, if your goal is to become as savvy at investment decisions as, say, a Warren Buffet, you ought to consistently feed your mind with materials pertaining to investments. In the same vein, if perhaps you wish to be proficient at typing (120 WPM proficient!), you ought to practice typing- and with...