Let’s be real, the One Hour Workday is a catchy name. It’s also a real concept. The "One Hour" part is pulled from the 30/30 strategy where you spend 30 minutes per day generating traffic and 30 minutes writing an email.
The reality is you can spend less or more time to make it work for you.
I spend almost no time on traffic generation. I pay people for that. I also rarely take 30 minutes to write an email. It typically takes me 7 to 22 minutes to write an email. Just depends on the day and what I’m writing.
Some days I work 3 hours. Some days it’s 20 minutes. Some days I do nothing. On some occasions I work longer days but almost never more than 5 hours or so. (Mind you this was all during times where I was running multiple businesses. Now that I have just one business it’ll be a lot less work time.)
I really don’t think you need to work long hours if you focus on the right tasks.
As far as your commitment to the program, you don’t need to put in an hour each day. You can do 20 minutes a day or just an hour a week.
But I think you’ll find that these are 60 of the most useful and productive days of your life if you’re willing to commit an hour per day to the program.