How to Get an Extra 208 Hours Worth of Time

A mother spends hours every day combing through newspapers for coupons, vouchers and ways to save money.

A businessman drives ten minutes across town to fill up gas at the cheapest gas station.

A student photocopies a book, one page at a time, to avoid buying it.

What do all of these people have in common? 

They’re sacrificing their time for money.
One hour a week for four years is two-hundred and eight hours.

So I ask, what is your time worth?

Sometimes, it makes sense to save money at that moment.
Oftentimes, in the long run, it doesn’t.

About the author

Jon Lee

I travel the world in search of lessons worth sharing. Addicted to culture shock and transparency. Currently working on heeyy and duuck.

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