Yesterday’s Price Is Not Today’s Price Meaning, Yesterday’s Price Is Not Today’s Price Fat Joe
American veteran rapper, Fat Joe is known for the popular slang, Yesterday’s Price Is Not Today’s Price which has several meanings.
The line Yesterday’s Price Is Not Today’s Price was sampled on Pusha T’s latest song, Diet Coke that was taken from his album, It’s Almost Dry.
What does Yesterday’s Price Is Not Today’s Price means?
What are you doing each day to improve and make yourself more valuable to your company, network, friends, family, and world?!?
Think about the time wasted scrolling Twitter (I’m guilty but getting better), living vicariously through others on the ‘Gram, or getting terrible investment advice on TikTok. Those minutes, or sadly hours, could be spent reading, learning new skills, networking, building, or creating if you’re looking to increase your professional value.
If you’re looking to increase your personal value, that time could be spent talking with your partner, playing with your kids, exercising, volunteering, or any other number of activities that would make your value to others greater each day.
Making tomorrow’s price greater than today’s doesn’t mean you have to burn both ends of the candle–I’ve done that and trust me you don’t want to–it means being intentional with how you spend your time.
The goal should be to efficiently spend more time doing activities that will help you grow and increase your price and shed those keeping your value stagnant or even worse driving it down.
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