Buy Time, not Stuff

I’m experimenting for the first time with hiring out something I don’t really like doing:

Food prep.

I LOVE the results of food prep, and have been doing it for about 18 months, but purchasing and cooking food is 3-4 hours that hangs over Saturdays that I’ve been wanting to get rid of.

As I write this, someone is cooking and delivering my next 2 weeks of food, just the way I’ve been doing it for months.

What if, instead of buying status symbols- a better car, house, fancier vacations, and STUFF- you stayed simple and instead hired out the tasks that you really don’t like so you can do things you love?

It’s an interesting question, and I look forward to exploring it more.

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Jason Batten

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