Valuing Time

Valuing Time

Often enough, I would meet people who seem to have it all under control in terms of finance. With their high paid executive jobs or their established business, it was like a non stop cash flow. However, one thing that they never seemed to have enough of is time to do other things in life. Similarly, I remember when I was working virtually every day to no end as I got used to falling into a routine as it satisfied my current financial needs. Eventually, I started thinking about my future and how if I complained that I don’t have enough time to do things now, imagine how it will be when I go into the next phase of my life such as starting a family.

While reading about stories of other financially successful individuals, the one’s that seemed to be able to take the vacations when they want and arrange schedules to suit their needs are one’s who have learned to leverage their time. For example, a manager of a store would most often need to achieve certain sales numbers and he or she does this through the efforts of everyone below them. This was a revelation for me as I realized that I to must find a way to leverage my time if I was to ever be able to do the things that I really want to in life. One of the first things that I did was that I made my money work for me.

I started up my Internet site and I began to utilize my marketing skills to generate traffic which then translated into income through methods such as running various affiliate programs. Basically, I leveraged my time through my site as it was like my personal employee who was working 24/7 to help promote my products and services. While there are many other ways to create an income stream, your time is valuable and leveraging your time to accomplish this is a great way to ensure that you will always have time for other things in life.

1 Comment

  • Brandon Brown 12/7/2005

    Excellent! I enjoyed reading your material.

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