Don’t Have Enough Time…

…To Make Money?

Are you sure?

I know what it’s like believe me. Sometimes the weeks just blur by, and I wonder how I get anything done, but then I know how to get more time and more of my life back.

It’s easy.

Try this little exercise.

How much time a day do you spend watching TV? An hour? Two hours? Three? Let’s assume one hour a day.

Give up TV for one week and you have SEVEN hours to create a product.

I’ve created products in far less time than that.

Do it for a month, and you have the best part of an entire working week. Don’t tell me you can’t create a product in that time. I don’t accept excuses like that from anyone. It’s just nonsense.

Even if you spend two or three hours a day watching TV or whatever it is you do to occupy yourself, just giving up one hour a day will give you plenty of time to take the first steps to change your life.

Make time, and you’ll make money. Time IS money.

Why not give it a try? You never know…

Let me know how you get on.

-Frank Haywood


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2 Comments

  1. Amin says:

    “Make time, and you’ll make money. Time IS money.”

    Well said, Frank. Of all the people I’ve ever met who said they didn’t have time to *achieve* something, they’ve invariably found the time to achieve *nothing*, if you know what I mean.

    And the average person watches nearly 40 hours of tv a week – that’s a working week every week!

    The fact that 98% of people who read this probably won’t move out of their comfort zone even a little bit is a shame, but it’s how it is.

    Amin

  2. Frank Haywood says:

    Amin:

    As I don’t watch that much TV myself, it’s easy to lose grip of what’s “normal”. 40 hours? OMG.

    I might manage a couple of hours a week, and that’s only because the kids are watching something, so it’s usually Sponge Bob!

    Oh, and I suppose the odd movie counts too. Maybe 3 hours then.

    -Frank

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