Life is Hectic
You’ve got a job that demands everything out of you and that you’re afraid to lose. You hardly have the time to eat right, sleep right, spend time with your spouse or raise the kids to be upstanding citizens. When the day is over all your energy is spent up and all you want to do is turn on the TV, eat some junk food, and have a beer until it is bed time. If ANY of this rings true, please keep reading.
Do You Have 15 Minutes a Day You Could Spare to Improve Your Life?
Over the course of a year, 15 minutes a day adds up to a surprising amount: 91.25 hours to be exact. I believe everyone has 15 minutes to spare when it comes to important things like reducing stress, eating right, and being happy. It’s a small sacrifice to make that can be quite rewarding. This book will show you how to make the most of your limited time.
Make Yourself a Priority
Use a small amount of free time to focus on yourself. Many people make time to read an occasional book with some good sensible advice like eat better, exercise more, and sleep better. The problem with those books is it’s easy to read the whole thing, toss it aside, and forget it.
Be Realistic. Have Fun. Take Action
The reason this book is better for you is it encourages you to make a change day by day. Use Your Downtime to Reach High Places encourages you to take action, which is the most important part to building a better life for yourself. The way this book is meant to be read is one page at a time. One page, one activity, one day. It’s simple, easy, and you will start making progress right away.
This is a realistic book you can have fun with and actually achieve what it guides you to do. Most self improvement books want you to make radical life changes. Rather than be too idealistic, this book considers how little time you really have. It encourages you to use just 15 minutes of your time on yourself per day. Over time, you’ll see that even with small changes you can make big progress in your life.