Sven is a cool guy. He likes to save money by doing things himself.
“D.I.Y. are you buying that?” (courtesy Rhett and Link)
Sven was sitting in Subway one day, eating a sub sandwich (which cost him $6), when he had an epiphany.
“I could save a lot of money if I made this sandwich myself!”
And so that’s what Sven did.
He harvested his own wheat, milked a cow and made cheese, grew his own veggies, killed a chicken, and everything else that goes into making a sandwich…
…Annnnd it only took him 6 months and $1,500!
Sven may be made-up, but one man actually did this, and made his own sandwich from scratch, doing everything himself.
But what is the point of this story?
The point is that money is not your, or anyone’s, most valuable resource, although we tend to live like it is.
Even if we say we don’t believe money is the most valuable thing, sometimes our actions contradict us.
What do I mean? Well watch my video below, and in it I’ll describe what truly is your most valuable resource, and how you should use it to build your business.
So now you know that TIME is your most valuable resource. Don’t waste it!
That just leaves one question. How can you make the most of your time when it comes to building an online business?
Well, the fastest, most scalable, and most enjoyable way (in my opinion), is through attraction marketing.
Attraction marketing allows you to build your business ONLINE all without ever leaving home!
No more home parties, checkout line pitches, phone calls, or bugging friends and family. Therefore, you get much more return for the amount of time you invest.
If you want to learn how you can apply this strategy in your business, then sign up for our free online recruiting bootcamp.
It’s a FREE Video Course our business coach teaches on the methods many are using to build 6-figure networking businesses, and I think you’ll find it helpful! Enjoy!
What are some strategies you use to save time? Post in the comments below!
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