Typical work weeks vary depending on the industry, but on average 40 hours a week is pretty standard. That works out to eight hours a day for five days a week, at 24 hours a day and seven days a week. That means the average person is working about 24 percent of the time. Now, there are people who hustle for 100 hours a week. That works out to 14 hours a day for seven days a week. These people are working 60 percent of the time. To highlight this difference, let’s increase the time scale. What takes the average person one year to do, the hustling person will accomplish in five months. If you hustle, in one year you will have done more than twice as much as the average person. Put in the work, and you will see the results.