150 books. One year. For the average adult, that would require reading more than 2 hours a day, every day for an entire year. What if I said you could do it in a quarter of that time? What if I said you could train yourself to do it with less than 30 minutes of practice each day? I’m about to show you how.
I started off this year by achieving something I had always wanted to do: hold something not from this Earth in my hand. I had built up in my mind that I had to become successful, to become influential, to meet the right kinds of people in order to get a chance to hold a moon rock in my hand. I realized that I had been a little narrow in my approach. I asked myself why it was that I wanted to do this thing. It was because I wanted to do something that reminded me how I am just a small part of this greater universe. I wanted to do something that most people will never do, few will ever attempt and yet could be accomplished by anyone with the right mindset.
The average American will prepare 832 meals at home this year. That’s 832 meals that you need to plan, shop, prep and clean. What would you do if you could go from 832 to 24? That’s right. Twenty. Four. Feels good just thinking about it, right?