Leverage Time In Your Business To Gain Freedom

Mon, Nov 15, 2010

Financial Education, Home Business

Attain Freedom by Leveraging Time in Your BusinessDo You Have Freedom?

When I talk to people today, the number one thing they are looking for is “Freedom“.  They are tired of working for someone else and having only enough money to “get by”.  They want to “do what they want, when they want to do it, and they don’t want to worry about money”! :-|   Does that sound familiar?

How To Attain Freedom

I remember never having enough time, always “pinching pennies”, yearning to be with my little boy, and wishing we could take him to Disney World for a vacation. :cry: That’s when I found the home based network marketing industry which taught me how to “leverage my time”.  They taught me how to “work smarter, not harder” and once I mastered these new skills, I would have more freedom.  Wow! 8-O

Time Is The Most Valuable Commodity

I had no clue how to run a business, however, I was “desperate” enough to “be coach-able” and be open to a new paradigm about “time and money“.  I learned that Time was the most valuable commodity I had and if I valued each second and invested it wisely, I would master skills which would be “valuable to the marketplace“, as Jim Rohn says.  My mentors taught me how to leverage time.  All successful people leverage time and that is why they have “Freedom”.  Once we learn how to “multiply time” through a tool which utilizes “leverage”, we can attain freedom.

Here’s a video which explains time leverage in a very simple way:

Now we know the “secret” to having 48 hours, 72 hours, 96 hours or more each day!  Cool huh? :lol:  That’s how we gain “time leverage” and subsequently more money and freedom!  Once we master these skills, we now have BEcome someone who is “valuable to the marketplace” and it’s so much fun helping others who will invest their time to “master” these skills.  Eventually, we will have coached people who will BEcome valuable and they will teach others to do the same.  When this happens without us, we have truly become a “legacy” leader.  It is very cool and so fulfilling! :-P

How do you feel about time and money?  Do you feel free?  We’d love to hear your comments at the end of our post.  May we ask you to click the “f share” button at the top of the article, to share on Facebook or “retweet” this on Twitter?

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Sending you a lot of “Aloha” (love) & “Mahalo” (thank you) for being a part of our “Ohana” (family)!

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6 Comments For This Post

  1. Sire Says:

    Hi Kellie, you’re right time is such a valuable resource, but getting into your own business doesn’t always mean you’ll have more time to yourself, sometimes it means the opposite. I suppose it all depends what you get into and what’s needed to keep it going.

    I’ve worked for myself for close to 30 years and whilst it provided for me and the family it left me with less time to spend with them rather than more.

    It’s funny but I feel a sense of freedom now that I’ve sold it. Not sure what I’m going to do next but for now I’m just going to take it easy for a little while.
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    Kellie Reply:

    Aloha Sire,
    You’re so funny! Take it easy, you’re only running some of the best blogs around. Of course, when you are talented, it probably comes easy for you. :) I am honored to have you comment and I hope to see you again. Much aloha :)

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    Sire Reply:

    Actually, there are some who’ve said that I have a weird sense of humor. Some of it actually shows up on my posts. ;)

    Blogging for me has been a way of getting away from it all. I hope to spend more time on it now that I’ve been freed from the shackles of self employment :D
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    Kellie Reply:

    I love your sense of humor! Life is meant to be fun! Laughing is the best! LOL! I guess blogging would be better than employees and the “S” quadrant! :)

  2. Annette Says:

    Thanks Kellie!
    Another Gem! ;-)
    Yes Sire. That point you made is the key – it ABSOLUTELY depends on what business you are in. I believe this is the whole point of this piece.
    There is a way to work for yourself and stil have time to spend with the people in your life .Now i won’t pretend it is easy as it is a completley differnt way of doing business – it means turning much of what you’ve always beleived on its head and starting all over agsin. That in itself takes time but with the right kind of guidance and support you can get there in a much shorter time frame than 30 years.
    Really really enjoy your break!

    Annette M. Keane ;-)

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    Kellie Reply:

    Aloha Annette! Glad you enjoyed the post. :)

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    Sire Reply:

    Annette, I think the problem was the bigger I got the more staff I needed and the more staff I needed the more headaches. I reckon I would have been better off just staying a one man operation.

    Reckon I’ll relax and do me some serious blogging to see if perhaps I can make that work for me.
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  3. Ryan Biddulph Says:

    Hi Kellie,

    Time leveraging is a vital skill to master for any home based business person.

    By thinking before you act it’s simple to make an impact with each action. Impact actions are what it’s all about as you’re getting a bang for your time buck with each task.

    When you trade time for money you eventually run out of time. Not a good deal ;)

    Thanks for sharing your insight and have a powerful day!

    Ryan
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    Kellie Reply:

    Aloha Ryan,
    Thank you for your comments. Yes, time leverage is the key! So wonderful to see you here again. Aloha :)

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  4. Arlan Murata Says:

    Hey Kellie: Right on! Another wise post from one akamai lady. Appreciate it, thx.

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    Kellie Reply:

    You are so sweet Arlan! It means a lot coming from one akamai experienced person like you!! I am happy you are enjoying our posts. Thanks for your ongoing support! Much aloha :)

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  5. Val Wilcox Says:

    Kellie,
    Time leverage is an area that many get stuck on. Once you discover how this all works, it really takes off on it’s own. I can imagine the leverage you have in your life. Thanks for sharing this valuable lesson about leveraging your time efficiently!

    Val :)
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  6. Tinei Says:

    Stellar post, loved this. Very simple to understand and helpful to see the bigger picture of those who have to leverage the time now to obtain the freedom later on. :) Aloha my wonderful mentor!!

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