Do you have any idea how much your time is really worth? There was a time I didn’t, and I’m scared to think about how much it cost me.
To ensure I was spending my time on what matters most, I needed a tool that could give me clarity and insight about the true value of my time. Guess what? It didn’t exist! But I didn’t let that stop me.
Instead I created a simple but powerful tool designed to literally assign a dollar amount on every day of the year. It’s called Spend Your Days On Paper, and I want to share it with you.
The first time I went through this exercise, I was shocked. I couldn’t believe the deficit I was experiencing. I could see immediately why work was creeping into my nights and weekends.
But I was more than surprised, I was also empowered. Spend Your Days on Paper enabled me to identify the activities that were holding me back. Not all of them were even bad. Some were good—they just weren’t the best use of my time.
Going through the exercise gave me the clarity I needed trim back in some areas and invest in others. Now I’m spending my days on more profitable projects—and with more time for for my family and friends.
Nowadays I wouldn’t think of setting goals without this tool. In fact, it’s the very first thing I use when I’m planning my targets for the New Year. I don’t want to waste my limited time on low-leverage activities.
Here’s what’s great. Now you can get Spend Your Days on Paper for yourself for free.
Watch the latest video in my new series, Design Your Life: A Proven System to Stop Drifting and Finally Achieve Your Best Year Ever, and I’ll give you exclusive access to Spend Your Days.
I’m confident you’ll gain the clarity you need to clear the decks and make massive progress on your most important goals.
- Why the first step in achieving your biggest goals is getting clear about how much your time is really worth.
- How you can finally make room in your life for the things that matter most—and feel confident about the decision.
- How spending your days on paper will help you tell your true opportunities from calendar-killing obligations.
- One easy trick for creating efficiencies that will allow you to maximize your time.
Don’t be surprised if you have a day deficit like I first did. Most of us do. It’s just that we don’t see it because we’re buried by the busyness of life. It’s a self-perpetuating cycle.
Let’s make now the time to break the cycle. Spend Your Days on Paper is the one tool you need to get started. It’s free, and my new video series will show you exactly how to use it. What are you waiting for?
Question: How many low-leverage activities could you get rid of if you knew how much your time was really worth?