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work ethic: The time of year when working until “dark-thirty” isn’t so bad! - 10/05/11 08:32 AM
You can really sense the hours of daylight waning now. It’s a little harder to get out of bed before sunrise, and the entire world seems to be moving at a slower pace. In the real estate business, we often work until it gets dark. As a matter of fact, in the Summer time the majority of property showings occur after 6:00 P.M. Now we have to squeeze as much in to the limited hours of daylight as possible. And it won’t be long before we revert back to Standard Time which really slams the door on evening showings. But I (17 comments)
work ethic: I’m a bit “under the weather,” and I feel guilty about it. - 09/19/10 09:32 AM
I have to admit that I am not operating at 100% this weekend. I have contracted a little bug that is going around and it really has me dragging. And although common sense tells me that if I am sick, I need to get well, I can’t help but think that I am “giving in” to the malady by throttling back on my normally ambitious workload. So I will relegate myself to more sedentary activities for a day or two. One of the best things about online marketing is that you can do it from the comforts of home. I need (21 comments)
There was a time when a job consisted of a five eight hour days, Monday through Friday. But as our society has evolved, it seems that less and less workers face regular schedules each week. Of course, independent contractors set their own hours. And in today’s economy, that generally means working eighty or more hours in an attempt to get a forty hour paycheck! Then there are those that work for retailers and restaurants. Some are open twenty-four hours, seven days a week and worker’s schedules are adjusted weekly to meet the requirements of the employers. Many employees also work (30 comments)
work ethic: As the daylight hours dwindle, I begin the metamorphosis into winter survival mode! - 10/08/09 07:06 AM
I am a morning person. I pride myself on the ability to rise early and get the bulk of my tasks completed while I am rested and alert. I get most of my important tasks completed before noon. But as the daylight hours dwindle and the nights get longer, I ease into a form of torpor that some might describe as lazy, but I prefer to consider it as the natural rhythm of life. And as the daylight diminishes from here to the solstice, I'll struggle to maintain a semblance of my productive efforts active. I'll have to battle against every natural (18 comments)
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