What is the true value of time?

August 5th, 2009

What is the true value of time?

I’m not entirely sure to be honest but I think it depends how you measure it (and even then I don’t think it is valued highly enough).

What I do know is, it’s only when you have ‘no time’ that you fully realise your true value of time.


4 Responses to “What is the true value of time?”

  1. Andrew Hedges Says:

    Everyone in history, no matter how accomplished or not, has had the same amount of time to work with. It’s all about how you use the time you have. I don’t mean to say people need to be pushing themselves at every moment to achieve, unless that’s what’s most important to them. What I mean is that people need to spend time on what they value because time is our most valuable asset.

  2. Nathaniel Flick Says:

    With constraints comes creativity. Time is a constraint most of us ignore until it’s too late. Use it to your advantage!

  3. Louis Rosas-Guyon Says:

    I have always argued that the only commodity we truly own is our time. It is completely finite and up to you to use wisely. Life is full of people who ask for “just a moment of your time” and before you know it, you’ve squandered your life. Don’t give in! Time is all you have so don’t waste it.

    Great post Ben!

  4. Moses Says:

    Your time is actually your life so anything you use it for is the value you placed on your life.

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