3 Ways on How to Waste Your Time Effectively
Have you ever told to yourself: stop wasting time! and yet, it didn’t work?
“Let me take a break of 5 minutes to browse the internet.” That’s how it starts. An hour later, you are still browsing.
Youtube, Facebook, Instagram, and TikTok extend breaks from “a few minutes” to “oh shoot, I just wasted 2 hours.”
We know more than ever about how to stop wasting time. We have all the research, tools, and know-how to effectively combat time-wasters. So how is it possible that so many people aren’t even sure where their time goes?
A recent study found that the average workday has increased by 8.2% in 2020. That’s 48.5 minutes of extra time each day! However, longer hours don’t necessarily translate into getting things done. Under a constant onslaught of text messages and notifications, a lot of time is wasted on interruptions.
Most people have bad habits that prevent them from using their time efficiently. In this event, we’ll explore what these are and how to shift them to stop wasting time.
This Sharing Is Caring event is taking place at Livit Hub Bali on Tuesday, August 23rd, 2022 from 5:00 PM – 6:00 PM Bali time.
Join us on Tuesday, August 23rd, 2022 at Livit Hub Bali!
Time is the most valuable resource you have. Understanding how you spend it now allows you to spend it better in the future. This often means accomplishing more in less time and saving those extra hours for doing what you really love. There is enough time in the day, from the moment you wake up to when you go to bed. It’s how you spend that time that makes a difference. And if you still don’t believe us, you can experience this for yourself.
Join this event and you’ll see a difference in the free time you gain and the productivity you achieve.
Speaker: Mahi Amin
A world traveler with Egyptian roots, Mahi Amin is an author, certified NLP practitioner, hypnotist, time paradigm techniques practitioner, and transformational life coach.
She has over 11 years of experience in many and varied fields that she draws from as she coaches her clients. Throughout her career, she has helped people across different age groups all over the world. Mahi makes use of her broad life experiences and knowledge to fulfill her passion of helping people reset their emotional, mental, and physical well-being to live the life of their dreams.
This event is free!
We named it Sharing Is Caring for that reason.