What Is Your Time Truly Worth?


We all have the same 24 hours in a day. But we don’t all use that time the same way—and that’s why some people are more successful than others. The key to success is figuring out what you want and then going after it with everything you’ve got.

How do you value your time?

To put a price on time is a tricky business, but it’s an essential part of valuing your time. You can’t buy more of it, and you can’t get any back once you’ve lost it. Time is precious, yet we often don’t treat it as such. We waste the hours by not properly prioritizing what matters most to us and focusing on tasks that could be done later or not at all.

The key here is to start acknowledging where your priorities lie – what activities give you energy and joy? And which ones leave you feeling drained and uninspired? The activities that make you happy are ones worth spending your valuable time doing; while those that don’t should be delegated or eliminated altogether (unless they’re vital for survival).

But remember: no one else can define what makes someone successful—not even yourself!

More than anything else, I value…

More than anything else, I value my family time.

I’m lucky to have a supportive wife who helps me balance work and life outside the office. I try to spend as much time with her and our son as possible, whether it’s playing catch or taking walks together after dinner, going on vacation with just the two of us or putting him to bed each night with a storybook (or three). We also make sure we have date nights once or twice per month where we get dressed up and go out for dinner—and just talk about anything but work.

In addition to spending time with my family, I try to spend some “me” time each week by going running in the morning before work. It gets me energized for the day ahead and helps clear my head before tackling whatever comes next! If running isn’t your thing, there are plenty of other ways you can take care of yourself: cooking healthy meals at home instead of ordering takeout; meditating every morning; treating yourself to something special like a massage or spa day; taking a yoga class…the list goes on!

The fear of wasting time causes too many people to settle for living a life that isn’t really what they want.

If you don’t make time for yourself, your family, and your health, then it’s not just the hobbies that suffer. You’re also missing out on building a healthy lifestyle that leaves room for enjoyment in all aspects of life.

If you are constantly putting off everything else because something is more important than what you want to do right now, then it may be time to reevaluate how much value those things have compared to how much value the things that bring you joy add to your life.

When it comes to choosing how you spend your time, the question becomes not “What will make me feel happy?” but “What makes me feel most alive?”

When it comes to choosing how you spend your time, the question becomes not “What will make me feel happy?” but “What makes me feel most alive?”

A good life is not about feeling happy. A good life is about feeling most alive. The things that make you feel most alive are the things that make you feel most alive.

What have you done today that will make you feel proud in five years?

You can’t change what is done, but you can change the direction of your future. The first step is to be honest with yourself about your current situation. If you can’t think of anything, then it’s time to make a change. Some people are able to go back in time and make things better for themselves, but most people need to learn from their past and move forward towards their goals in order for them to succeed.

If you don’t know what you want, then ask yourself why you are doing what you are doing. Do not settle for less than what makes sense for your life so that others will be happy with how things turn out!

What activities cause your energy to soar and your body to come alive?

Now that you know what your time is worth, it’s time to figure out how to spend it.

It’s super important to be clear about what you want and how much time, energy and money it takes to achieve those goals.

What activities cause your energy to soar and your body to come alive? List them all here:

  • _______________
  • _______________
  • _______________
  • _______________ In addition, make sure you write down the following:

• What makes you feel successful?

• What makes you feel like a good person?

For some of us, we can only say that a certain amount of our time is worth X amount.

When you’re trying to decide what your time is worth, it’s important to consider how much value you place on your own personal time. You can’t get any of that back once it’s gone, so don’t waste any of it.

The 80/20 rule is a good way to help you prioritize what tasks are most important and make sure they get done first. It states that 80% of the results come from 20% of the effort. So instead of spending all day on something not very critical, focus on the things that will make a bigger impact for your business or career goals.

Determine exactly how much your daily work is worth to you.

To determine your time worth, you need to know the value of your time. You also need to know how much you are worth to your employer and how much you are worth to yourself.

First, let’s establish what exactly “time” is when we say “worth.” In this instance, we aren’t talking about the literal value of an hour or minute; rather, we’re referring to the value that one hour or minute has for you personally. The number could be variable depending on where you live and what your daily responsibilities entail. For example: if your job requires 40 hours per week but only requires 10 hours per day because of a busy schedule (and/or other factors), then each day may be more valuable than an average day elsewhere in which someone else works 40 hours but only has 8-10 hours of work per day because they’re not as busy at work or have fewer obligations outside their job (i.e., family matters).

Now that we’ve established what “time” means in this context—the amount of time available for doing things like earning money or spending with friends—let’s look at how much this particular resource costs us every single day!

I would like to challenge you to think differently about how much your time is worth.

In order to find out the value of your time, you must first take some time to think about what you want to do. Don’t waste your time on things that don’t matter. Don’t waste your time on people who don’t matter.

Think about how much your time is worth and make sure that you are spending it wisely!

Do things that are truly important to you, instead of those that just seem important.

You have to be able to say no to things that don’t fit your life goals. It’s hard, but it’s also very important. If you don’t know what is really important to you and what isn’t, then how can you make decisions about how much time and energy you spend on each activity?

If something doesn’t fit with your values and priorities, then it is not worth your time. That may seem harsh at first glance, but it’s true nonetheless: if something doesn’t contribute anything positive or meaningful in return for the time spent doing it (at least in the long term), then there are other things that deserve our attention more because they will add value both now and later on down the road into the future when we look back at our lives with clearer eyes than before when these decisions were made about where we would invest our precious resources like energy & money etcetera…


One of the most important things you can do is to find a way to make your time worth more. You might be surprised at what that means for you, but it’s also likely that it won’t be as difficult as you think. The first step is to ask yourself what makes me feel most alive? What activities cause my energy level and body to come alive? I would like to challenge you today: if there is something important in your life that doesn’t make money, go ahead and do it anyway—and enjoy every minute of it!

I hope you have found this interesting as well as helpful. Please be sure to check out my blog all about How to motivate your team 

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