Time Is NOT The World’s Most Valuable Resource

A doctor tells you have 6 months to live.

If you take a drug, starting today, you’ll live 9 months.

If you decline the drug, your last 6 months will be fairly comfortable. You’ll be able to do anywhere from 75-85% of your normal routine. 80% of the time you’ll feel tired but OK.

If you take the drug, you’ll feel sick 85% of the time. Your normal routine will be near impossible. You’ll be in bed most of the time.

(FYI: This scenario is REAL.)

What do you do?

If you think time is the most valuable resource in the world, you take the drug, right?

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Wrong: Time isn’t the most valuable thing we have.

Time is worthless without quality.

Fill your life with quality.

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Derek Johanson

The personal blog of Derek Johanson.

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