The idea sounds bizarre. We can’t stop time just to get the 25th hour. We also have to sleep, eat, and do everything else. However, there is a way to have a business that is productive for more than 24 hours every day. A good business is one that manages itself. Systematized businesses are becoming more important because 10 hours of work can be assigned to other people. Books can now be self published and sold by Amazon. This makes the process of writing and selling books easier since Amazon takes care of everything. WordPress takes good care of this blog (when I have enough posts scheduled). Some of the best online training courses run on complete autopilot.
All of this free time is going to open up more time to create products, go to public speaking events (this time, as the speaker), and help you avoid stress. You’ll be able to get more done because you won’t have to worry about the products you have already created. Instead of having to send email after email to give people access to a membership site or printing a book, going to the post office, and shipping it somewhere, you’ll have time to create more products and enhance your services. You’ll be able to answer more questions and create your next product in 6 months instead of 2 years.
You don’t get to go over 24 hours of productivity every day unless your business is systematized. The hours that other people are working for you add up to your hours of productivity. The business is thriving and getting well over 24 hours of productivity every day whether you’re in the office or in your pajamas.