Guard Your Time!

This week’s Sunday Doughnut is from Jeremy Maher, CEO of My Credit Repair Tips. I’ve interviewed Jeremy for a Water Cooler Hangout podcast to be broadcast in the near future. He has a degree in finance and has spent the last seven years teaching people about the credit industry and how to increase their credit score.

As he himself says, “The industry is full of shysters and frauds.” So, I was skeptical when I first spoke with him. But, after spending time asking tough questions and listening to him, I can tell you that he is the real deal when it comes to working hard to help people understand their credit score, the credit industry and how to maximize your score. You can read his personal story and learn more at his website.

Jeremy Maher

Now onto his tip for this Sunday:

You can always earn more money, but you can’t earn more time.

Assuming you live to be 90 years old, sleep 8 hours a day and work 50 hours a week:

Of your 90 years of living…

You will have slept for about 30 of those years and worked about another 30 years.

More than 60% of your time will have been sleeping and working.  That doesn’t include the time driving, working at home, housework, etc.

You can easily get distracted these days with Social Media, endless streams of News and 100 other things.

Facebook and Twitter alone, can steal hours of your time.

Your time is your most valuable asset and you want to guard it accordingly.

The best book I have read on this subject is Dan Kennedy’s “No B.S. Time Management For Entrepreneurs”

This is a book every sales person, entrepreneur, and W2 employee should read.

“Lost time is never found again.”
~Benjamin Franklin

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