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Free Time Calculator: How Much Time to Do You Really Have?

A lot of the students here in the Starter Academy are working part time trying to build their blogs and business online, but don’t really understand how much time they have to dedicate to their business every day.

A big part of being able to accomplish everything you need to in order to succeed comes down to time management.

Managing your time is a crucial element even when you have a successful business, yet most of us don’t take the “time” to figure out the best ways to maximize productiveness in order to get the most out of our days.

If you’re like most people, you’ve probably convinced yourself that you don’t have enough time. Whether it’s time to work on your business, set new fitness goals, start a new business or just about anything…we often give up before we even start because we believe it’s just not possible to fit in our busy lives.

Well, the interesting thing is, if you sit down and do the calculations, you’d be surprised at just how much time you really do have.

Free Time Calculator

To make it easier to figure out how much time you actually have, download our free Time Calculator. It’s a simple, but highly effective, spreadsheet that will reveal the time you actually have to work on things you’ve been putting off. And it will help you identify the time blocks you can use to your benefit each day.

Quick Instructions:

  1. Simply open the spreadsheet and you’ll see all the days of the week across the top and then 60 minute time blocks on the side. These time blocks should start from the time you wake up to the time you go to bed, so you may need to make adjustments. You can also switch to 30 minute increments to be more precise, if you prefer.
  2. In each time block, mark all the times you are busy. For example, include time at your job, exercise, family time, church, meal preparation and eating commuting, etc.
  3. Then for open blocks, write in “1” for each hour block that you have free. If you switch to 30 minute blocks, enter “0.5”.
  4. Once you’ve completed these steps, you’ll see how much free time you have each day AND the total free time you have each week.

Of course, this calculation is just the first step in getting more done with your time and reaching those big goals you never though you had time for. From here, you’ll need to connect that time to the goals you want to achieve.

NOTE:  Remember to use the Time Calculator in conjunction with your S.M.A.R.T Goals worksheet!

Download the Time Calculator Here Now!