If Time Is Wealth

How do you spend your time?

Is it the highest and best use of your wealth/time?

If not, why are you doing that?

At some point you will realize that only one person decides what you do with your time. Stop by a mirror and say hello to that powerful person.

Ray Edwards is a world-renowned copywriter and communications strategist, writing for some of the most powerful voices in leadership and business including New York Times bestselling authors Jack Canfield and Mark Victor Hansen (Chicken Soup for the Soul) and Tony Robbins. Ray is a sought-after speaker and author, hosts a popular weekly podcast, and blogs at RayEdwards.com.

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  • It took me to be 52 years old to realize and understand the meaning of that question. As a wife, mom and daughter of someone, my time was and has never been my own. Now I have learned to say NO to requests that take me away from what I want to do with my time! It is one of my stressbusters!
    Sunita Pandit
    http://www.mrscardiology.com

  • Anonymous

    Great message Ray.

    For some reason when I’m working I wish I was spending my time doing leisure activities. When I am in my leisure time, I think about working.

    I know that I control my time, but sometimes I feel like time controls me.

  • Vernon LuxA

    Hello Ray, that is something I have battled with all my life and now as 65 years old is drawing near I realise I must do something to change the status quo before I run out of time. I think, had I used my time constructively in the past I would not be writing to you now. But I have come to this conclusion, it is not to late. I may have 5 or at best I suppose 10 years left to make up for what I did not do over the past 44 years, assuming I only started at 20 years old. When I look back I can kick myself when I think of all the time I have waisted. But to change that mind set and to get focussed is another story, one I am going to beat one way or another. I think you may have some of the answers.

    Kind regards,

    Vernon Lucas