It goes without saying, the more time we have to dedicate to something the better, but that doesn’t necessarily mean we are working on being smart with our time.
Starting from the preceding idea, just think how much you could get done ten minutes a day if you worked to get progressively smarter.
Technically, this is actually more than ten minutes because it includes time spent thinking of ways to train smarter on top of actual mat time.
To conclude, when people complain about not having the time to train, I see it as an imagination issue, not a time issue: They usually aren’t making much effort to be smarter about what they can do, and their definition of what can constitutes training is very narrow.
Ten seconds, ten minutes, or ten hours don’t matter, the key is opening the mind and growing possibilities today.