The Relationship Between Time, Money And Productivity

Time can be exchanged for money when we need others to listen to us, whether it is a life or business coach, psychologist, attorney, etc.

The Time And Money Relationship Is Visible In Our Financial Lives

1. Earning More When we deposit $100 cash into a savings account, we hope our money will grow according to the annual percentage yield (APY) of 2% and how often it compounds.

2. $5,000 today or $5,000 In Two Years The only way those two amounts are valued equally is if you left the $5,000 in zero rate account today for two years.

3. Eighth Wonder of The World Compound interest is one of the most potent investing forces and fuels the urgency to set aside money early for your retirement.

9 Tips For Being More Productive

1. Make A Reasonable To-Do List  It is probably a good idea to separate those goals by dividing the respective to-do lists.

2. Get Things Done For those who are prone to putting things off, tomorrow is always a better day. Instead, take small steps and get things done. It feels good to do so.

3. Eat Healthy And Exercise Having the right frame of mind is often helped by eating healthy, exercising, and remaining positive. Being fit helps to enjoy more of life longer

4. Reduce Screen Time The average American spends more than 11 hours per day on their screens. However, not all of that time is wasteful.

5. Learn A New Skill Challenge yourself to learn new skills. Sometimes it is intimidating to learn something new at first. Learning can be frustrating and may raise some doubts in your mind.

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