If you’re working, you know how much you make per hour, but do you know how much your free time is worth?
Since time is the most important currency, you need to factor this into your decision making. If you know how much your free time is worth: it will help you decide to skip an activity, pay someone else to help or complete it yourself. Find out the value of your free time here.
Based on that number, how does that influence your decision making moving forward? Controlling my free time is immensely important to me, that’s why I want to help you get your freedom back during this 8-week online bootcamp geared towards achieving work life balance. Join us because can you really put a price time on the investment in your personal freedom? Yes.
Time is money, but just because you have money it doesn’t mean you have the time to spend it. After college, most people dive into their careers and attempt to climb the corporate ladder. At the top, one realization is made…
“It’s not all I thought it was cracked up to be.” The equation we are taught at an early age is: go to school, get a good job and you’ll make enough money to buy what you want.” First of all, it’s not a linear process and second, what good is being “rich” if you don’t have any free time to enjoy it?
No matter how much money you earn, everyone has to make a concerted effort to carve out time to spend doing the things you love. That may involve buying stuff and/or spending time with people you love. Either way, without free time you’re out of luck. That’s why I created this 8 week course, to help you figure out how to make free time a priority again. You career may have given you an identity, but it doesn’t have to define you.