Perhaps the greatest way to attain and maintain wealth in the fitness industry is to maximize your assets and minimize your liabilities.
Now that sounds nice, but to do it in practice is not as easy as it sounds. On Thursday I’ll be sharing a list of 5 strategies every trainer should follow to generate more wealth.
Today I want to talk about the most important asset you have: time.
Over the course of a lifetime money comes and goes. It flows. Most everything that we have in life we can lose and, with the right amount of effort, we can get back.
But time – time can never be regained. Once time is lost, it is gone. It is the most valuable asset you have. But how valuable is it?
Can you measure the value of your time and, once you know how much your time is worth, what do you do with that information?
I want to share with you a very simple formula to figuring out how much your own time is worth. As you’ll learn at the end of this article, once you figure this out you’re able to buy time at a discount and, as a result, catapulted your development. So first,
How do You Put a Value on Your Time?
The first step is putting a value on your time and doing that is not a straight-forward or simple task.
James Clear laid out a pretty simple method he calls…