Time is your most precious commodity

 

Poor people value their money more than their time, while, in general, rich people value their time more than their money.

Isn’t that a good quote?!

It’s been said that nothing separates successful people from unsuccessful people more than how they use their time.

So with this in mind, let me ask you, “Do you use your time wisely?”

What you do with your time is important, because your time is your life, and you are exchanging your life for something. 

What is it that you are exchanging your life for?

It’s been said that time is our most precious commodity. It’s far more precious than gold, because once it’s gone, you can never get it back! If you wreck your car, you can always buy another car. If you lose your job, you can always get another job. If you lose money in a bad investment, you can always make more money. But you can never ever get back the time that you’ve wasted. Once it’s gone, it’s gone forever. 

The key to being successful is not to try and create more time, because that’s impossible. The key to being successful is to take full advantage of the time that you have. 

Winners do not simply wish for more time, they practice making smart choices so they can make wise use of their time.

And my last thought for this Golden Nugget is that you always have enough time to do that which you consider to be important. If you aren’t doing something that you should be doing, it’s because you don’t really consider it to be that important. 

Don’t simply wish for changes. Make changes.

Make wise use of your time, because this is what winners do and you are a winner, and given enough time, you WILL win! Yes, you ARE a winner!

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Full Transcript:

Hi, this is Don Howe, and the topic for this Golden Nugget is “Time”, and Robert Kiyosaki said that one of the biggest differences between rich people and poor people is the way they use their time. Most poor people value their money more than their time, while, in general, rich people value their time more than their money.

Isn’t that a good quote?!

It’s been said that nothing separates successful people from unsuccessful people more than how they use their time.

So with this in mind, let me ask you, “Do you use your time wisely?”

What you do with your time is important, because your time is your life, and you are exchanging your life for something. 

What is it that you are exchanging your life for?

It’s been said that time is our most precious commodity. It’s far more precious than gold, because once it’s gone, you can never get it back! If you wreck your car, you can always buy another car. If you lose your job, you can always get another job. If you lose money in a bad investment, you can always make more money. But you can never, never get back the time that you’ve wasted. Once it’s gone, it’s gone forever. 

The key to being successful is not to try and create more time, because that’s impossible. The key to being successful is to take full advantage of the time that you have. 

Winners do not simply wish for more time, they practice making smart choices so they can make wise use of their time.

And my last thought for this Golden Nugget is that you always have enough time to do that which you consider to be important. If you aren’t doing something that you should be doing, it’s because you don’t really consider it to be that important. 

Don’t simply wish for changes. Make changes.

Make wise use of your time, because this is what winners do and you are a winner, and given enough time, you WILL win! Yes, you ARE a winner!

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