Nothing Is Worth More Than Time Time is my most precious resource. If I came across a genie in a bottle and got a wish, I’d ask for more time. More time to work, more time to play, more time with my family. Just more time. Time is so valuable to me that I wish I didn’t have to sleep. And I regularly wish days were 30 hours. Now, when I’m confronted with a problem, I ask myself how much time it will take to solve it. And then I ask myself if it’s worth my time. Then I make the decision that saves the most time. For example: Fishing a broken key out of a lock. I now know from experience that it’s cheaper and faster to call a locksmith than to try and deal with it myself. Way cheaper. Another example: Back when we started this gym, we didn’t know how to run a business. We learned a lot on rare occasions when we bumped into other gym owners and discovered they had dealt with the same problems. They were only too happy to offer solutions—solutions that saved us time! Eventually, we started working with a business mentor. All of a sudden, we were presented with all kinds of answers and resources and solutions. Instead of ramming my head against the broken door until it finally opened, I had a key! When I started asking for help more often, I saved incredible amounts of time. I felt like I was living a 30-hour day because I wasn’t wasting time struggling with things alone.
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