If you could buy time, I’m talking 3-5 hours a week, I’ve got two questions for you:
How much would you pay?
How many would you purchase?
I asked myself these questions in 1997.
I was earning just under $28,000/year as a teacher in Ojai, California (at Nordhoff High School). I was working a “lot.”
I spent upwards of 10 hours a day in the classroom. I returned home at night to have dinner with Jodi, talk about the day, and then work for another hour or two after she went to bed. I realized – at the ripe old age of 25 years old – that this was NOT a sustainable way of living and working.
That’s when I became a student of time. I read any book I could find. I attended workshops; listened to audio (tape!) programs; I interviewed the more successful people I could meet. And, I started to identify ways to save time. Problem was, each “time management” method had a cost.
If you’re ready to “pay the price,” start with these two Time Management tips right over here…