How well do you use your time to make money?

Malaysia
February 10, 2011 2:34am CST
Recently, I study a few well-known entreprenuers in my country and how they spent their hours in making their business bloom. Some spent more than 15 hours everyday and some spent lesser as they have their man power and brilliant teams running the business. How about you? Have you ever thought you can set up some companies and generate profits by working harder? How far can you withstand challenges ahead in making more money which you're still young?
2 responses
@Jlyn10 (10437)
• Malaysia
12 Feb 11
I think for a start, you would have to work hard to achieve your goals. Once your business has bloom, you would be able to hire man power to run the business for you while you sit back and enjoy.
• Malaysia
12 Feb 11
hi Jlyn10, I thik when the business runs, dun think there is enough time to sit back and enjoy. but nice though...:)
@tiffnkeat (1679)
• Singapore
12 Feb 11
Take time to enjoy, Jackie, through delegation as Jlyn suggested. It's worth it.
@Jlyn10 (10437)
• Malaysia
12 Feb 11
Don't worry, Jackie, when the time comes, you just let your workers handle all the work, you just have to sign the cheques.
• United States
10 Feb 11
Yeah I would like to work long hours to set up an investment of others time and my success. Starting companies and earning substantial profits, giving me the opportunity to expand and hire others to do the bulk of the work for me as I make more of a passive income. I would like to do this many times over to get to the point where I hardly ever do anything but sign checks and check the stock prices of my companies. Wouldn't that be nice!
• Malaysia
11 Feb 11
stock investment is a good mechanism of making money too, But it comes with higher risks and some time factors applied. Personally, i think passive income requires a huge efforts and time invested before they become one. So, good luck to you then!