Could you work 10 fewer hours each week whilst maintaining or increasing productivity and profit? We think you can!
Do you live to work or do you have a sneaky suspicion that you are working to live?
Those of us who have the time and available cash to spend time pursuing our passions and dreams experience the real wealth of life. John Rockerfeller, a man in command of incredible amounts of money once remarked, “I know of nothing more despicable and pathetic than a man who devotes all the hours of the waking day to the making of money for money’s sake.
Easy for him to say! But it does ring true and how many of us are guilty of doing just that – working so hard and for so long that we barely have time for our lives, leisure activities and family?
Knowing how to spend time is a more valuable skill then knowing how to make money. Entrepreneurs who want to be really successful need to be able to devote themselves not only to the accumulation of money but of quality time to spend living their lives too.
What if I could show you four easy steps to work 10 hours fewer each week whilst maintaining or even increasing productivity? What could you do with those 10 extra hours of life? Interested? You should be. As the saying goes, you only live once and it’s truly sad how much of that life is spent at work or doing a job you don’t particularly enjoy.
It takes a certain change of mindset to achieve this goal and I can show you how to do it!
There are various levels of entrepreneurship in all of us. For example, a neophyte is an entrepreneur still trapped in the body and mindset of a paid-by-the-hour employee. On the other side, the most advanced level of entrepreneur is an imaginative investor and creative explorer of all the opportunities that life has to offer.
In between these two extremes there are many, many levels of entrepreneur. Would you like to find out where you fit in? And, best of all, each of us is capable of ascending to the higher levels simply by following the four simple steps I want to show you.
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Here’s to learning to live.
Until next time.