When we make up for lost time
Can we really lose time? Let’s dive in. In my opinion, the meaning we give to the word lose can to apply to every situation. No matter what, we will never be able to find the time that we lose. But how do we determine that the time invested in one task is worth more than in another? It’s all a question of ROI. Return on investment is the key to saving time. Passing time is like flowing money. We can either leave it to lie dormant or spend it; withdraw an immediate pleasure or invest in a venture that will give you more of a return in the future.
Let’s look at an example. Investing $1,000 in Apple stock in 1980 would leave us with $272,000 today. At that time, this would have represented a value of $87,400. So, investing with a view to having a larger return than the initial investment is what we hope for. When it comes to time, how can you make this return on investment? And is it possible to leave an inheritance of time?
Keep this in mind and we can come back to it in a future blog post. Take the time to really think about it.
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Last Updated on November 15, 2019 by Coach Danny