The December 2015 TV viewing figures from Nielsen are in, an analysis of 5 years’ worth of Americans’ traditional TV viewing* data indicates that:
Teens (12-17) watched 17 hours per week
Older Millennials (25-34) watched 21 hours per week
Gen Xers (35-49) watched 28 hours and 41 minutes per week
Adults aged 50-64 watched 39 hours and 21 minutes per week
Adults aged 65 and older watched 47 hours and 33 minutes per week
* data does NOT include TV watched on computers, tablets, phones, nor times for video games played on TV’s.
What if that time were spent generating income from home? Would so many still be living paycheck to paycheck? What if the time were spent on getting educated, learning new skills?
If a person – maybe you – watched 1 hour less of TV per day. Then at the end of the year that person – maybe you – would have saved, accumulated more than NINE 40 hours weeks worth of time. What if that person – maybe you – applied that time toward achieving just one goal?
Live With Intention,