How you live your days is how you live your life.
Do you fill each day with small stuff that keeps you busy and too preoccupied to even think about why you do what you do?
Are you often in overwhelm and so pressed for time your life is one task after the next with no end in sight?
Do you ever get the time to evaluate your achievements each day, week, month, year or decade?
How are your BIG life goals going?
Until we learn a few skills, most of us start the day with some plans that could fill several to-do lists. We might read the paper as a cut down tree or on-line. Grab a coffee and some breakfast, shower and dress and head out on the commute to a job. You might even like what you do and enjoy the company of those with whom you work or you might wish for better paid work, a more appreciative boss or a career that has some greater outcome in years to come.
At the end of the day, it’s the commute back home, maybe a quick shop on the way for food or provisions and after dinner and the dishes, you veg out in front of the box, read a book or do some chores that need your attention. The next day it’s rinse and repeat and again for 5 days in a row.
Your life might be complicated – Oops, I mean – enriched with kids and a loving spouse. You might have pets that need care and time. You might maintain a healthy social life even during the week and it’s party time most nights and which just get bigger at weekends.
Whatever your life is like, what if you had a guaranteed second income which matched your full time one? To get this, only took 8 to 10 hours a week and was lots of fun to do the work at this business which you own and run under the guidance and mentoring of a good friend. Now money is not a concern. You can travel further on vacations and stay longer or in more upscale places. You can pay off your debts, your mortgage even. Your car gets upgraded without a loan. Your house might enjoy a reno or you move to a bigger, better place and pay it off faster.
You get to spend more time with those you care about or less with those you don’t. You do this by getting in cleaners for your home, a gardener and maybe a nanny for the kids. You buy back your time.
It is said that the less well off sell their time for money while the rich invest their money to buy back their time.
Maybe it’s a function of getting older but I think about these things more these days. In fact, I wish that I’d known what I now know about the network marketing profession when I did my
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