Invest Your Time, don’t just Spend it!

Time, much more precious than money, is there for you to invest or squander. Each and every day, we are given the exact same amount of time to work with: 1,440 minutes. Where you are in life and where you will go is highly determined by what you do with your time. Spend time carelessly and you will pay the price: poor health, low energy, depression. Invest your time wisely–by properly caring for your body, by exercising and eating right — and you will enjoy a healthy rate of return. Among the rewards are increased positive energy and clarity. Those paybacks will allow you to do more in the time you have to work with–more for yourself and more to make a positive difference in the world around you. As you move forward towards the achievement your goals, please think about what you are doing with your time. Are you wasting it passively or squandering your valuable time with complaining, or by making excuses, or procrastinating. How can you invest your time more wisely? Taking care of yourself and being a positive influence to your friends and family… making time to eat healthy, making time for daily exercise… those are the solid, fundamental investments that will bring you a wonderfully rich rate of return. ~Bill Phillips

Comments

  1. Kathleen says:

    Thank you, Bill. Just moments ago I shared the same message with a young friend of mine and encouraged her to make the time to exercise. Not doing so will lead to being older and over weight. Life doesn’t get easier as you age, it gets busier. Now is the time to establish good eating habits and making exercise and health a priority. Time will pass regardless if you doing something or not. Better to have a plan and work it then to just let life happen. Have a great day!

  2. Jeff Limberg says:

    Sage advice!

    Thanks for the continued work that you’re doing for so many!

    Jeff

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