Yes, that’s right. We only have 8760 hours per year. Pretty trivial indeed.
Let’s see what we can do with these 8760 hours. Firstly, let’s reduce 6 hours of sleep per day. This leaves us with only 6570 hours in a year. Removing margin- (being a CA student, prudence is must)- we are left with about 6500 hours.
Now let’s reduce that time which we require to do our daily chores – breakfast, brushing, etc. Assuming each day we spend 1 hour (plus some margin) on these things, we are left with about 6100 hours.
Now comes the time taken for eating, going out, leisure, etc. Lets us consider it to be around 1500 hours. We are now left with only 4600 hours of productive time. Mind you, 4600 hours for our ownselves in one year.
The main contention is how we spend these 4600 hours which will either make…
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