“Time is money” = a famous quip attributed to Ben Franklin.
What’s less known is that he then added: “and money is time.”
You see, cash, bills, dinero, lettuce, benjamin’s – all of it – is simply an intermediate step. We trade our valuable and dwindling resource of time for a medium of exchange; a tangible note with which to barter. Time is the asset, not the physical paper.
Hence the name of this site: “The Currency Of Time”
No one likes long, rambling bios so I’ll fast forward a bit:
By age 24 I had received two undergrad degrees, a Master’s in Finance, lived abroad, wrote a book, published over 100 articles and was the vice president for two different companies. At 25 I decided to live more purposefully.
Here’s why I changed:
Here’s my rationale: