- Steve Jobs
You could say that most people’s wealth is being eroded at a dramatic speed.
But it all depends on how you define wealth. True wealth isn’t what’s on your bank statement or your investment portfolio.
True wealth is all about ‘TIME.’
- True wealth is having the time to do the things you truly enjoy doing (both personally and professionally)
- True wealth is having the time to spend with the people you love being around
- True wealth is having the flexibility to spend quality time with yourself without all the noise and distractions of the modern world
We all know that markets are cyclical, that the economy will rise and fall, that money will come to you and money will leave you.
But ‘time’ is the one commodity you’ll never get back.
So instead of getting caught up in all the doom and gloom, take a look at your wealth score-card this week by asking yourself these questions:
1. What do you love doing? (in your professional and in your personal life)
2. Who are the people you love being around?
3. How much time and flexibility do you have to do the things you love with the people you love being around?
4. What needs to change in the coming months so that you can create more time, more flexibility and greater ‘true wealth?’
5. What’s the first step?