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There is an old saying that goes like this: “The only thing easy about money is losing it”
In other words, making money is hard and requires a lot of effort but loosing it, well not much effort is required, just spend , spend & spend some more and in no time, it’s all gone just like that.
You make money by doing more of certain things, less of other things, starting something brand new and stopping doing certain things altogether.
It requires clarity, discipline, tenacity, persistence and resourcefulness. If you are to make more or improve your finances you have to do something different from what you are doing today because:”The more you do of what you are doing, the more you will get of what you’ve got.
One of your financial goals should be to make the best use of your time in all that you do. You should continually think about the value of your time and deploy it in use at those activities that are most resourceful. And here are four ways to demonstrate this principle.
1. You can do more of certain things.
What are the things you should do more of? Well, Of course you should do more of those things that are working best for you.
For example, if you are a sole trader or small business owner, you should use more of the marketing and sales methods that are getting you face to face with your best customers, the ones who buy the most readily, pay in time and appreciate the value of your products and services.
Do more of those things that are working for you and keep improving on them. That is the key.
2. You can do less of other things.
Don’t fall into the habit of doing things that are not working particularly well for you just because you are comfortable doing them. This will terribly waste your time and leave you frustrated at the end.
You should do less and less of those things of low value that are giving you few results, so that you can have more time to do more of higher value things that are giving you better results. You can’t do both at the same time.
Speak to you soon,