WHY INVEST IN PRODUCTIVITY?
First of all, think about how much you earn on a monthly basis. Let’s say it’s around $5,000. If the statistics are true and 40% of your time is considered “unproductive” then that’s $2,000 a month you’re spending on:
- Tasks that you think are important but in reality, aren’t making you money or helping you in your career (not impressing the boss).
- Procrastinating while you work out what to do with your day and which tasks to prioritise.
- Stressing out feeling overwhelmed and overworked which impacts your personal life and relationships.
- Working more than you need to (working an extra 2 hours a day decreases your hourly rate by 20%)
With this in mind, how much would you pay to make sure you’re not spending time and money on “unproductive" things?
In your first month, you could save around $1,000-2,000 be recovering "lost time”. And this will only increase month on month as you refine your tools and productivity processes...
Over the next year, you could literally save over $24,000 by making sure you spend your time in the best possible way!