While health and money are important currencies I think time is the most valuable. Why you ask? Because everyone has the same amount. Sixty seconds in a minute, 60 minutes in an hour and 24 hours in a day. While it doesn’t guarantee you health, if you spend time educating yourself on how to effectively take care of your health, by allotting time to eat a balanced diet, and getting the proper exercise and rest you certainly can attain the best health possible.
The same goes for wealth. Proper focus on budgeting and buying assets that throw off cash flow instead of getting into debt certainly works to free up time for the more important things. When we die, people won’t be talking about how much money you made in 1999, but will be concerned how you were able touched there lives by the time you spent with them. So don’t just sit there, do something great. We must not simply be passengers in the game of life but we much be the pilot of our destiny and making efficient use of our time to do the things that matter will determine success or failure.