"Who Else Wants to Discover What Their Time is Worth?"
May 23, 2007 - Memo
From: Peter Koning
Dear Time-starved entrepreneur,
Do any of the following sound
You're stuck in a rut trying to make
more money by working harder...
You find yourself doing
stupid tasks which you really should have
someone else doing...
You catch yourself trying to do
things yourself, that take a lot of time to learn, when
you know there's fully qualified people who can
do it better and faster...
You waste time on the phone giving
ideas and advice to people, and after the call don't
have anything to show for it...
If any of these behaviours are
familiar to you, then you are not alone.
Thousands of entrepreneurs are stuck
in a J.O.B. that they have created for themselves.
Stuck working harder and harder but
not seeing any results.
But did you know there's a way
Yes, you can easily get out of this
rut and move on, spend less time doing stuff you don't
enjoy, and make more money!
Rich Schefren is a mentor who I have
been following for almost a year now.
One of Rich's key points is that
before you can organize your business strategy, you need
to be able to decide what things are worth doing by
yourself ... and what things are better to outsource.
I had the same problems listed above, until I sat down using some of Rich's concepts, made lots of calculations, and determined my current and desired $$ value of time.
Now I don't waste time trying to make header graphics - I outsource the work.
Most outsourceable work is
hired out on an hourly basis.
So the only way to know what work
should be outsourced, is to calculate what you are worth
Rich has several slides covering this
topic, but there's no easy tool to help you make the
You can go build your own little
spreadsheet, test and fiddle with it until it works.
Or you can buy
I know you're sitting there thinking
"I'll just make it myself."
But stop for a minute and listen to
what you're thinking.
It's the same problem all over again.
You're going to spend maybe 30 minutes
to 1 hour futzing around making a spreadsheet that you
only need once or twice?
What's that 60 minutes worth to you?
Let's be conservative and say you make
$50,000 a year.
And you work 5 days a week, 50 weeks a
year, and with each day giving you 4 productive hours
(after all the other distractions, email, phone calls,
So you've got 1000 hours to make $50k.
That's $50 an hour.
Let's say you can make a spreadsheet
in 1 hour. Would it be worth it if you could get it for
less, already built?
Ok. Now even if you can bang one together
in 30 minutes, it still would be worth it to pay under
I'll sell you one right now, that fits Rich's model exactly, and
it's just $17.
Stop wasting your time.
It's a spreadsheet tool and you get it
instantly for $17.
It's worth your time to buy it. In fact you can't afford NOT to buy it!
If you're serious about determing what your time is worth, you will get this tool right now
and use it today.
Yes, for the price of a fast food dinner you will have the tool you need to jump full
force into the tasks that make the most sense for you.
I'm only charging $17 for this calculator, and not giving this tool away, for 3 reasons.
- $17 puts the tool within reach of the vast majority of people. It's not too expensive for even the
humblest beginning online businessperson.
- Anyone who's not serious enough about their time to invest $17 into this tool
isn't going to take the time to use the concept anyway.
- Anyone who is serious enough to put down the price of a fast food dinner and buy this tool
has the opportunity to sell the calculator to others and get the FULL PRICE of every copy they sell
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