The problem with this 1 week on, 3 weeks off scheduling idea is that client work always seems to get in the way. I guess that’s the point, though, figure out how to deal with that. Going to start scheduling a week off a month with my clients as a start.
It doesn’t just come with 80 hour weeks. It’s also soul sucking clients or mind numbingly tedious work. It’s a lot of other things too. Definitely something to be aware of.
Quotes and commentary from David Ogilvy.
Don’t just measure, measure the right things. And use those results to make your business better.
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Make time for your business, even when you’re busy doing the work.
Interesting point about not subcontracting when you have too much work. I don’t quite agree with that point, but I’ve been frustrated enough with subcontractors to have that resonate with me.
Rates are not permanent – sound advice.
Not quite the business “Jedi Council” but more advice to don’t go this alone.
I guess guessing is a tip.
An “always on online workplace for your remote team”.
tl;dr – trim out 10% off your copy, it’s fluff anyway.