When you work for yourself, time IS money. Price yourself accordingly.
An hour a day spent on whatever is most important to you is a small price to pay in comparison to the payoff. And it may just be all you need to get the results you want in your business and life. That’s why you don’t want to work for free!
Remember: Every hour you give away to someone else (typically someone who doesn’t appreciate the gift), is an hour you could be putting to work for your own benefit.
For example, if you invest just one hour each day in expanding self-knowledge and gaining a better understanding of your environment, in just one year you will accumulate nine 40-hour weeks of time focused on self-mastery — the first key to business success. (That’s over two months of dedicated effort!)
Over the course of five years, you will have invested 1,800 hours (that’s a whopping forty-five 40-hour weeks or almost an entire year!) focused on whatever you choose to accomplish in your life. Imagine how much you’ll be able to achieve!
If you’re absolutely certain you can’t spend an hour a day for yourself, then start with an hour a week for four weeks. Then go for two hours for the next four weeks. Continue until you reach an hour a day committed to investing in you!
Prepare to be amazed. A year from now you’ll wonder why you waited so long to get started.