How to work-hard for 16 hours?

How to work-hard for 16 hours?

Productivity outweighs busyness. So, it is always recommended to be more productive than to be just busy. But many a times you will need to “devote more number of hours to your work” in a very short-time. When we are learning a new skill, subject, language or anything in which we are naïve then “we require long-hours” of training, rehearsal and repetition to grasp the basics firmly.
Doing so demands hard-work. Whenever you will need to produce substantial results in a very small frame of time you will need to “work for more number of hours”.

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16 hours is achievable.

>Why 16 hours’ of work?
The world is becoming very competitive. The advent of internet, technology & dissemination of information to the masses has only enhanced the competition by manifolds. So, if you are not a hard-worker and serving in an industry which is highly-competitive then it’s the right time to develop yourself as per the industries demand (or you can switch to some other industry, there is no other way).

>How to
1. When you wake up in the morning you are fresh so working diligently for next 8 hours is easy.
2. After 8 hours of work catch sleep for 1 hour. Resume your work when you wake up.
3. Work for 4 hours.
4. Again take a nap of 1 hour.
5. When you wake up again work diligently for next 4 hours.
6. Now, sleep for around 4-5 hours. You have done a wonderful job.
7. On weekends you can take 7-8 hours of sleep. Work light on weekends (5-6 hours).

With Great Love,

Er. Amit Yadav
http://www.stayfoolish.in

Life is easy..!

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