Thursday, February 25, 2010

To Do This, What Aren't You Doing?

Every hour spent watching TV is one hour that could have been spent learning a new skill.

Imagine that your friend watches TV for 2 hours per day. Assuming that your friend sleeps 8 hours per night, he spends 45.6 days per year in front of his TV. That is 45.6 days that he could have spent mastering something new . . . something that could have changed his life.

When he chooses to watch TV every day, do you think he realizes that he is giving that up?