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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.


I’m Dan­ny (aka Coa­ch­Dan­ny). I have a pas­sion: humans. Come with me and take this minute eve­ry day to explore what’s going on today and why is it tren­ding. Click here to get your dai­ly thought right on time for break­fast.

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Last Upda­ted on Novem­ber 15, 2019 by Coach Dan­ny

Coach Danny

See in me a trustworthy person who will not disappoint you. Although, like you, I have to work to make a living, your well being is my main interest and together we will find goals to make you feel fulfilled and proud of you. It has nothing to do with your bank account, your physical appearance or your material assets. Let’s be clear, we are working on fundamental levers for every human, whether you are a homeless person or part of royalty, you have these same levers. I’m Danny (aka CoachDanny). The people I work with are few, but they all have one thing in common. They share a common goal, self-fulfillment and more.