Jack Butcher

Jack Butcher quotes on money management

Unemployed. Built @visualizevalue, building @value.

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Work hard to learn. Work smart to earn.

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When you make your first $ on the internet, you’ll realize: Time ≠ money Location ≠ opportunity Hard work ≠ smart work

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Rough formula for growth: Spend 20% of your day building systems to handle what you do with 80% of your day. With this relationship consistent, your time (and your business) slowly becomes more and more valuable.

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To make money while you sleep, build things that don’t sleep.

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Knowledge acquired is potential. Knowledge applied is profit.

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Turn ideas into assets. Turn assets into attention. Turn attention into capital. Turn capital into time. Repeat.

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Trade time for experience. Trade experience for money. Trade money for time.

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Financial progress is the process of divorcing your time from your income. It's a long and messy process, but you won't regret getting it done.

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Focus on value, not money.

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Money solves money problems, happiness solves happiness problems.

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Digitize your ideas, decentralize your income.

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To make a living doing what you love, you have to do it in public.

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Freedom is turning flow into cashflow.

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If you want to make a difference, you need to make a profit.

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Digitize your ideas, decentralize your income.

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How to divorce your time and income: 1. Build something you can sell twice. 2. Get really good at selling it.

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Independent income requires independent thinking.

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Wealth acquisition: Build once, sell twice. Wealth preservation: Buy once, earn twice.

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One man’s procrastination is another man’s profit.

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Professors teach you how to pass. Practitioners teach you how to profit.

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The internet is a tool to channel your interests into income.

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The cost of distraction increases exponentially.

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How to take the ceiling off your income: Build something you can sell twice.

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Imagine if artists had to show up and perform a track in person every time someone hit the play button on their phone. That's what you're doing when you sell your time. If your distribution doesn't scale, neither will your income.

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To make money while you sleep, figure out how to help people while you sleep.

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To make money faster, sell to sellers.

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People using the internet to build an independent stream of income instead of obliterating their attention span. You love to see it.

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It’s a beautiful day to spend time building assets that work around the clock.

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Reach is easy, revenue is hard.

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"Better" is a faster route to profitability than "new".

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How to drastically limit your income: Spend all of your time building other people's businesses.

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Improve communication, increase revenue. Improve systems, increase profit.

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Use content to scale your reputation. Use product to scale your income.

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Make content to capture attention. Make product to capture revenue.

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They buy your time, you build their margin.

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Make content to build equity. Make product to earn dividends.

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To learn, make things. To earn, share things.

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How to decentralize your income: Learn to make things that earn attention.

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Two assets you can earn without spending a penny: 1. Reputation 2. Attention They'll both pay dividends forever.

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Attention span arbitrage: Your attention span for x is greater than most. You use your attention span for x to create things for people that like x but don't have your attention span for x. Profit.

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The only way to run a 100% margin: Productize yourself.

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Decentralize your income, destroy your alarm clock.

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The quality of your work increases your capital. The quality of your network increases your returns.

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Capital leverage: Make money work for you. Code leverage: Make computers work for you. Communication leverage: Make ideas work for you.

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Invest time well today, earn dividends tomorrow.

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How to build a good business: Build an awful business. How to write well: Write terribly. How to make money: Experience losing money. If you won’t tolerate bad, you can't get good.

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Divorce your time and money: Make things that work harder than you can.

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How to get comfortable talking about money: Have uncomfortable conversations about money.

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Improve the process, increase the proceeds.

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Reputation is a proxy for future earnings.

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