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We don’t get paid for our time. We get paid for adding value.

 

I spent most of my adult like trading my time for an income. The questions I had to ask myself are pretty simple.

 

Q: What is my time worth?

A (5 years ago): I’m flexible about pay.

A (Today): Priceless. Once it is gone I can never get it back.

 

Q: Are you living a life today that your future self will thank you for later?

A (5 years ago):Abbsolutely not.

A (Today): I am not living the life that I want to live yet. But thank God I am not living the life that I used to lve. It’s a journey not a destination.

 

Q: Is personal development a daily habit?

A (5 years ago): What is personal development?

A (Today): Personal development is some thing I am dedicateed to every single day. Books, audio books, podcasts, and any brain food I can find on Youtube.

 

Q: Is your physical health and fitness important to you?

A (5 years ago): Not in the slightest.

A (Today): It is very much so important to me.

 

Grab a pen and paper and ask yourself these questions

  • Q: What is my time worth?
  • Q: Are you living a life today that your future self will thank you for later?
  • Q: Is personal development a daily habit?
  • Q: Is your physical health and fitness important to you?

. Write out your answers for 5 years ago and then also answers for today. See if there has been any change. Think about it. I would love to hear about what your thoughts are on the topics.