Creating Time.

2 Nov

I am going to teach you how to create time in this post. For you physicists, no, i’m not violating any of your laws, tyvm. This is instrumental for your language learning, your road to fluency. This strategy is for those who constantly complain, “I have no time”. I am here to tell you that you’re excuses are about to be rendered unexcusable.

So, I categorise time into two different types: Passive and Active Time.

Active Time is the time you spend doing productive things, e.g. Homework, Listening to Lectures. These things are typically ones where concentration and full devotion on the topic is required.

The other type of time is what we’re going to create ‘time’ with. I call it “Passive Time”. The time here is not spent doing productive things, and we are going to use this condition to our advantage. We are going to take advantage of this time. When you’re waiting for a bus, time is passing ‘passively’. When you feed your dogs, passive time. When you sit on a bus, passive time. When you hang out with your girlfriend, passive time!!! Only kidding…In these occasions, you can do things such as take out your ipod and start listening. Listen Listen Listen. Or read. Here, you’re inadvertently converting “Passive Time” into “Active Time”.  Immediately here, you’re inducing extra time. Listen whenever you have a spare moment.

IF you add all these minutes and accumulate them over a period of them, you’ll be surprised at how much you can get done. Seriously surprised…I guarantee you. Now, time to stop reading and start converting that “passive time” into “active time”.


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