November 3, 2007 7:43pm CST
"Time is Money" or "Time equals Money". Is that really true? Well we all know that there are so many ways to make money and live happy.Some work so many hours everyday to make a big paycheck to satisfy their needs, bills, groceries, pay off debts and more. Others, work so many hours to sale more goodies and services for more profits or commission. Others sit down in their office and put down a big money-making idea, design or plan that that will constantly flow a huge amount of money into they banking accounts. Those entrepreneurs, that's how I would call them, keep make money even while asleep. They can travel, go to beach, take vacations, and still get paid big while those working 24/7 to pay off their cars still get paid little. So, for that reason, I don't think that the money myth is applicable or makes sense; time would equal money if every way you choose to make money would bring to an equal success. I understand that there is an inequity in our lifestyle, but the money myth and hunt is still drugging some people down by confusing them on how to really get rich. How can we get away from a such myth that is keeping us away from our loved ones trying to make money by spending every time we have at work just to get some overtime?