Time is money, or the other way around?

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It’s a well-known proverb: time is money. It means that time is a scarce good, which you need to use optimally. For yourself: you only can something do right once, at least: you will not be able to fully re-do it a second time. But also if you involve other people, it may be an issue. You value your time as expensive and other people can do the job. Or you can do things differently. That does not make you spend more time to it, which is showing on a payroll. That’s called efficiency: the right people to do the right job. The businessman looking for new business and the clerk doing the admin work, supporting the process.

Or does money mean time? If money was not the issue, a person can spend time to activities he or she really values. Would you be doing what you are doing now? That’s an interesting question… what would happen with the world if more people worked together and created their quality-time themselves? That would be great, don’t you think?

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About joostboers

My passion? Being independent of other people's decisions. I'm horrified with what happens to pensions, or to see that people at relatively are put aside the economy because they simply are too old... at the age of 45+. Do you want to escape this threadmill too? Take action. You can do it.
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