Is your hard work paying off?

Published by Louise Ledbrook on

Money

We manage and keep track of it

We create budgets, spreadsheets and trust funds

We have bank accounts to store our money and can even get loans if we want more

We fight about it, we talk about it all the time

Information about it fills our news feeds

We have graphs and tables of the richest people in the world

People are desperate to have it

It breaks up marriages and families

People kill for it

People kill themselves for it

We value it so much there are multi billion dollar industries named after it

The financial services industry employs thousands of people

We treat money with such scarcity

We have money blocks and fears

We all want more more more of it

There never seems to be enough

When we have it, we fear we’ll lose it

Although really, there is enough money in this world for us all to live extremely comfortably

We could all be millionaires if it was just distributed differently….

But we don’t want that, there is always someone with more

We want to be the one with more

We want more so that we can have and be and do all of the things we dream of

Freedom, Right?

That all sound pretty accurate doesn’t it?

We all know those things about money.

What about time??

Time

Some people manage and keep track of it

Some create allocations and spreadsheets. But, there is no time trust fund

There are no bank accounts to store our time and we can’t get loans if we want more

We fight about not spending enough time with our partners

We talk about how busy we are and how ‘we don’t have enough time’

Does information about making more time fill your news feeds??

We have graphs and tables of the richest people in the world, but not graphs showing those that make the best use of their time, or are they the same thing???

People are desperate to have it

Spending your time poorly can break up marriages and families

People say ‘they’d kill for enough time’

People kill themselves for it, but often don’t realise that’s what it was for…

How best we use our time directly impacts how much money we make but we don’t quite value it enough  to have a multi billion dollar industry named after it. With districts and exchanges.

We treat time with such scarcity

We have money blocks and fears, which often are caused or solved with where we spend our time

We all want more more more of it

There never seems to be enough

We fear we’ll run out of it before we do all we dreamed we would

We all have the same amount of it

You may not believe this yet but really, there is enough time in this world for us all to live extremely comfortably

We could all be time millionaires if WE just distributed OUR time differently

We all want that

We all want more time

There always seems to be someone who can do more with the same amount of time

We want to be the one with more

We want more so that we can have and be and do all of the things we dream of

Freedom, right?

Money and time sure have some pretty important similarities

They both sound pretty valuable to me

What do you think?

Do you treat and manage your time with the same care, love and attention you do your money?

Do you feel like you get the most out of your time spent?

Do you spend your time to bring you joy?

Are you even making choices about your time spend?

Or are you just pushing through each day, hoping you’ll reach the end of your ToDo list.

Maybe it’s time you put as much value on managing your time as you do your money?

How you spend your time, directly impacts how much money you make!

Be intentional with your time. 

Is your hard work actually paying off?

Hoping you spend your time today in joy!

Louise x

P.S. Not sure you are effectively spending your time budget, Join me for a limited time for a Free Time Effectiveness Audit. Find out more here

P.P.S. Consider giving yourself a time budget. How would you distribute your time?


Louise Ledbrook

I help high performing people like you transform your life and business to achieve next level results.

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