How would you choose to live your life?

by fin
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I have a few questions if you would like to answer.

1 - Would you rather make:


A - $5,000 p/m working 10 hrs per week?

or

B - $20,000 p/m working 40 hrs per week?

2 - Would you rather make:

A - $5,000 p/m doing something you loved?

or

B - $10,000 p/m doing something you hated?

Call me simple but I'd choose A both times.

What say you?
#choose #life #live
  • Profile picture of the author kret0s
    1 - A
    2 - A

    I want more time to "enjoy life" and be happy
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    • Profile picture of the author NddS777
      Originally Posted by kret0s View Post

      1 - A
      2 - A

      I want more time to "enjoy life" and be happy
      I agree.

      1 - A
      2 - A

      Whats the point of making money and being miserable. Life is short and shoots by in a flash.
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  • Profile picture of the author ipixeli
    1. B
    2. A
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  • Profile picture of the author FrankieTP2
    1. I would do B for one entire year, and then A for the rest of my business life...
    2. Definitely A
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  • Profile picture of the author Aesop87
    1. Definitely A, though I also like Frankie's answer
    2. Absolutely A.

    Time is the most valuable resource. Anything that needlessly burns it is a waste of life.
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  • Profile picture of the author absolutelee
    Originally Posted by fin View Post

    I have a few questions if you would like to answer.

    1 - Would you rather make:


    A - $5,000 p/m working 10 hrs per week?

    or

    B - $20,000 p/m working 40 hrs per week?

    2 - Would you rather make:

    A - $5,000 p/m doing something you loved?

    or

    B - $10,000 p/m doing something you hated?

    Call me simple but I'd choose A both times.

    What say you?

    B,A

    Here's why. I tend to take a longer term approach. If you just work for subsistence, you'll never build wealth. If you work really hard now, and have money left over, you can build wealth.
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  • Profile picture of the author SuperDJ
    1) A
    2) A

    I'm determined to try and live as much of an autonomous lifestyle as I possibly can. I don't live to work - but I am the type of person that loves the work he does. Which in my opinion is one of the reasons why I can't lose at Internet Marketing in particular the self-development niche because the passion is too strong regardless of how little money I make, I just refuse to give up. :p
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  • Profile picture of the author aeri
    I agree more with the B, A approach...but at the same time, I don't know if I really want to work 40 hours...maybe an in-between option A/B would be best for me in that case
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  • Profile picture of the author eastwest97
    1) A
    2) A

    Life's too short to do anything I do not like and especially if I hate it. To me, the benefit of working under those terms is the fact of having freedom to do other things. 10 hours a week making $5000? Sounds like I would have 1208 hours a month to do what I wanted after doing my 10 hours a week. (My math may be off...but regardless, time is the true meaning of freedom and riches...not money).

    Just my humble opinion :-)
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  • Profile picture of the author Mike Tyler
    This is exactly how I will be living my life in one to two years.

    1) Working max one hour a day, outsourcing the rest.
    2) Make my first $ Million online in product profits.
    3) Hitchhaike the world at cheap, sleep on other guys sofas and get to know cool people all over the world.
    4) Quit school and never open up an math book ever again.

    No A or B. Live your lifer your way.

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  • Profile picture of the author mdvs42
    Hello Warrior members
    Im new here and kind of looking around seeing what everyone's into, whoa! Everything.
    If i can add something here on this topic, I'd have to agree with Fin, Here goes, Money isnt everything. ok before anyone starts screaming what? What i want say simply from exerience, truly, find what your passinate about and the money will come. Keep doing something you hate and everythings a struggle including the money. just my thoughts.
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    • Profile picture of the author DGFletcher
      Is 1.B something you hate, something that is 'meh' or something you enjoy? 40 hours of fun isn't bad and getting paid a lot to do stuff is fun anyway.

      If it's bad or meh, 1.A. If it's something enjoyable, 40 hours really isn't bad.

      As far as 2... A!!!!
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  • Profile picture of the author mge
    1. Since I already have a job I would choose A
    2. If I hated doing something I would be more likely to quit, so A again
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