A wealthy person in someone who has a wealth of time available. With enough time we can do anything. We no time, we can do nothing.
In Western culture, the ‘rush hour’ has turned into the ‘rushed lifestyle.’ Too many people are busy looking only to their next appointment or reminiscing about past times.
The challenge is learning how find the place in between: the present.
One’s dream life may not look the same to you, me, or society. And that’s okay – as long as the greater good benefits in some way too. I look at it this way: True balance is found when one’s lifestyle is both fulfilling and sustainable.
Many people operate from an unwritten rule stating that a gargantuan, time-consuming task is a reliable indicator of both importance and future reward. But this logic could not be more flawed – and it’s a very costly misconception. Spending a year on a painting does not guarantee it will be worth more than another completed…
Assume, at the end of today, you had to invoice yourself for the tasks and activities you completed. What’s the grand total? The hourly rate? Most people struggle to answer these questions because the majority has no idea what their time is worth – they allow others to decide for them. Of course, this only…
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