Posted by: luvin | July 2, 2010

Time and Money(Success)

The amount of money earned is indirectly proportionate to the amount of time lost. This equation is also true to success in one’s profession with regards to time lost.

Any professional knows that to be successful in any chosen discipline, they have to invest time. And in so doing, they will missed many meals, they will missed many birthdays, many PTCA meetings, or even will never experience the joys of mountain biking.

If being a professional requires those sacrifices, to be a success in business endeavor as owner, or as an entrepreneur,  would require even more investment in time.

Is this really the trade off of success? Does it really follow that in every success is tied a certain degree of failure.


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