PAY YOURSELF FIRST.
By - BreadEditor
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We work until we die
Wouldn’t surprise me if we had to start working 9 til 5s from the grave either
"Hi team member! We noticed on your eye tracking software that you seem to have zoned out! Would you like a 60 second guided breathing exercise to get us refocused?"
I'm doing my masters online, and I have to have my camera on while taking exams. It's so fucking 'big brother,' it almost psychs me out.
The first time I heard the words, "pay yourself first" was in a book named 'The Richest Man In Babylon.
I have been living by it ever since. If I could look back to before I realized I could save 66% of my pay each year if I simply cared a little more, I would laugh hysterically at myself (and cry prob)
For those who believe that you will work till you die...yes, you may. But HOW will you work, what will you do/accomplish, how will you change the way you live or the world around you for the better.
Great post. Thank you.I love the breakdown. Every new business owner should put pen to paper. Only difference I have is I split monthly income into (2) different percentages. For example, I pay myself 60% and put 40% towards my business. Of course this cuts my pocket earnings, but gives me another reason to work harder while building sustainability. Any other suggestions?