Time Well Spent
Every one of us has 24 hours a day and 365 days a year. If we live to be 100 years old we will have lived 36,525 days. Or to break it down even further, we would have lived 876,600 hours. I am almost fifty, so I have roughly over 400,000 hours left (perhaps) in this life to make a difference in the lives of others.
My goal here with the Worm Digger project is to help as many people as I can with proven wealth building principles that when applied will bring lasting results. The Worm Digger principles are timeless truths that are merely being recorded by me in a story and step-by-step format. The completed book will be available for sale upon completion but I am offering it to my website subscribers for free as it is being written.
Furthermore, as a subscriber, you can begin to benefit from the process by implementing the principles as they are revealed. It is not required to wait until the entire book is finished. The steps are intended to be done in order and the results are incremental.
The Bible tells us, in the book of wisdom known as Proverbs, not to labor to be rich and to cease from our own wisdom. Please know that this is not a ‘get rich quick’ scheme. The plan is based on experience, observation, and sound Biblical knowledge and is a no-fail process for slowly building wealth. For those that want ‘get rich quick’ this is not the tool for them.
Perhaps for you it will just be a fun story to read to reinforce things you already know and steps you are already taking. For some I suspect it can and will revolutionize their lives and finances. For me, Worm Digger provided a real-life example of things that I have known for years but never fully implemented. Until now.
Building wealth takes times; it will take time but it will be time well spent. It will be time that you will have to spend one way or another. You have to do something with your hours and days; While most people simply spend time, and still others waste it away, Worm Digger taught me how to invest the time.
“I first met him when I stopped by his dealership to test drive our newest used car. Well, I never even actually spoke to Worm Digger, I only heard about him from his sales manager and overheard a conversation between the two of them. It was brief, but it was enough to tell me that Worm Digger was a very content man. He didn’t seem to have a care in the world.
What Rick, the dealership manager, told me about his employer prior to him stopping by was enough to set me on a journey to discover the same contented, care-free, and financially-free life that Worm Digger enjoys. This story is a catalog of that journey.”
Worm Digger’s secrets are not mine to keep private.
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Best wishes for lasting sustainable success!