Recently, the relationship between money & time has been coming up in conversation a lot. It seems like a pretty basic topic, but it isn’t.
Basically, what people try to do is get their hourly rate / day rate / salary as high as possible, and they consider that to be winning.
One problem is that you have to consider the time you’re spending making that money. You can command a high salary and then the hours demanded from you make it so your hourly rate isn’t really that high, but you still have to give up all your time to get it. Continue reading “Money & Time”
The only reason I even clicked on this article was because of the words “Anger Provoked”.
First of all, Provoke (merriam-webster.com/dictionary/provoke) means to cause the occurrence of (a feeling or action) : to make (something) happen : to cause (a person or animal) to become angry, violent, etc.
So, for instance, if I punch you in your face, that means I’ve provoked you to feel hurt and/or to fall on the floor.
My action (smashing your grill) caused your reaction (feeling emotional or physical pain and/or losing the ability to continue to stand up).