What does 15 mean to you? This is a question I get asked a lot and I thought I would create a page where we can answer this question.
15 is the number of hours in a day. This is a measurement of time, it is not a measure of how many hours you have in a day.
This is important because I think it is very easy for people to get lost in how much time they have. It is easy to be focused on everything you have time for, but it is also easy to get fixated on how much time you have. When you realize that 15 hours is not the same thing as “15 more hours,” you will see that this is actually a very good number to use when asking yourself what you have to do to get your work done.
If 15 hours is not the same thing as 15 more hours, you will also realize that you have more than 15 hours in a day. This is because you are using your 15 hours to do one thing and then you have 15 more hours to do something else. So what you have to do to get your work done is simply to use the 15 hours you have to do the thing you need to do.
This is exactly what I use every time I ask myself what I have to do to get my work done. I only get a couple minutes to think about it because I have to make sure what I am doing is something I want to do. If I decide what I want to do is a whole lot of sitting on the couch, then I will probably just put the work off until the end of the day.
The thing is, if we aren’t working, we aren’t accomplishing anything. We lose the benefit of the doubt.
It’s not so much “wanting to do something” as it is “having to do something.” I can’t decide if I want to go to sleep, I can’t decide if I want to work on my computer, and I can’t decide if I want to work on my computer, I can’t decide if I want to nap. All I can decide is that I need to do something that I want to do.
This is one of the biggest reasons I hate writing: I feel like I am not accomplishing anything. When I write, I feel like I am accomplishing something. When I am not accomplishing anything, I feel like I am not accomplishing anything. This is what happens when you procrastinate. You feel like you are accomplishing nothing.
I don’t know what I am accomplishing. I feel like I am not accomplishing something. The whole time I am writing I am not accomplishing anything. I feel like I am not accomplishing anything.
The difference between a writer and a procrastinator is that procrastinators feel like they are accomplishing something or they have accomplished something. Writers feel like they are just trying to start a sentence or not finish a sentence. Writers feel like they are accomplishing something, or that they are not accomplishing anything. Writers feel like they are not accomplishing anything, or that they are not accomplishing anything.