To FaceBook Or Not FaceBook?

Should I spend time on FaceBook? I get this question a lot. Here’s my answer… Time is our most valuable resource… If you’re having fun, that’s cool. But realise you’re having fun – not achieving your goals by chatting, tweeting and following other peoples’ lives…

What would happen if you invested that much time into your income generation, business-building efforts, can you imagine what you could achieve…?!?!?

But then again life is NOT about just working… REALLY IT’S NOT!

I just don’t have that much time to ‘socialise’ this way – it’s not something I EVER did – it’s not what drives me or interests me.

Plus I love doing what I do which means it’s not ‘work’ for me – but once again… I’m not like most people…

Does that make sense?

Without being accusatory – we’re reasons or results. I like to get results – make money, travel, get more people to change their lives… Etc.

I get up every morning with ONE OUTCOME – to create $20 to $50 million in value for my clients. Who gets what is up to them. I know if they are spending a lot of time on FaceBook or MySpace, his/her share will be smaller than someone else who uses his or her time more productively.

FaceBook just doesn’t do it for me. I just don’t see the point of spending hours and hours online with people I hardly know and even with people I do know – time value of money comes back into play.

It’s not a value judgment, different strokes for different folks – horses for courses as they say.

The only question you need to ask yourself is…

“Is this what I want and should be doing right now?”

If that’s looking at people’s photos and posts on FaceBook – fair dinkum.

Life is to be lived – but I get a LOT of people who want better results, want to make more money yet waste so much time…

One case which needs to remain anonymous – she was spending 1 to 1.5 hours PER DAY online with friends… That is 10 hours per week. She was practically broke, in a dead-end job. She INSTANTLY stopped cold turkey, quit her job and re-aligning her time and FOCUS, she is on track to DOUBLE her income within 12 months. She just closed a $500,000 deal with her new company and she’s now on a commission plan which means she can make as much money as she wants!

But that was her CHOICE – to stop hiding and start LIVING her life on her terms and get better results.

10 hours/week can be all you need to get to where you’d be really happy. An extra $10,000 or $20,000 per year in your bank account… to take a vacation or travel in BUSINESS class instead of ECONOMY…

Like I said – it’s your CHOICE!


Yes I have a FaceBook page, but I spend at most 5 to 10 minutes PER WEEK updating it…

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