Field Inspector John Raymond Griffin Posts On Facebook … Know Your Worth When Making Decisions

“If you know your time is worth $25 per hour, then you should never wait in line for 30 minutes to get a $10 gift card. If you know your time is worth $60 per hour, then you should always pay $49 for shipping instead of spending one hour shopping at the store. If you know your time is worth $80 per hour, then you should always buy the direct flight that saves you two hours even if it costs $150 more than the flight with a stopover. Once you know, in dollars and cents, how much an hour of your time is truly worth you can make better decisions on a daily basis.
we know your time is possibly worth at least the number you calculated.”