Goal Math

How valuable is 5-minutes a day? 10-minutes a day? How long will it take to accomplish your goals? Let’s break out the calculator.

How long will it take you to write the first draft of a book? How long will it take you to shoot and edit a short film? 50 hours? 100 hours? Sounds like a lot. If you invest 17 minutes a day for a year, you’ll clock 100 hours.

How long will it take you to learn how to code? How long will it take you to learn how to play the piano? 200 hours? 400 hours? If you invest 34 minutes a day for two years, you’ll clock 400 hours. In eight years, you could learn how to play the piano, guitar, saxophone, and harmonica.

You don’t have to commit hours a day to accomplish large goals in a relatively short period of time. You only need one quality: dedication. What's your goal? How much time do need to accomplish it? How much time can you commit every day? Go calculate your own dreams.


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