Do You Get a Good “Return On Time” Value for the Events you Attend? – (Insight from Bill Wallace, Success North Dallas)


So, how much time have you wasted?

For me, the answer is… too much.

Bill Wallace (Success North Dallas)
Bill Wallace (Success North Dallas)

Recently, Bill Wallace, the leader of Success North Dallas, told me of a simple formula he follows. He calls it his “Return On Time.” (Some call this “ROTI”“Return on Time Invested.”

He says that he wants to attend events with a high “Return On Time” value. He follows his own 1-10 scale, and any event that is low on his scale is not a good “Return On (His) Time.”

Now, the scale can be based on quite a few factors. When you go to an event do you:

  • meet interesting people?
  • have useful conversations?
  • hear good content?

or, at least…

  • eat good food?

One reason I liked this conversation is that he told me that our First Friday Book Synopsis is always a high value “Return On Time” event for him. I think it’s an event that meets such an exacting standard — but, I admit, I’m biased.

I can say that his monthly event at Success North Dallas is also a high value “Return on Time” for me, when I am able to attend.

So… what about you? Do you choose events with a high “Return on Time” value?

——————–

(do check out our event, the First Friday Book Synopsis. Register for our next session by clicking here).

 

 

One thought on “Do You Get a Good “Return On Time” Value for the Events you Attend? – (Insight from Bill Wallace, Success North Dallas)

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s