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I Can’t Remember the Last Time I Took Time Off

Posted on 01 May 2014 by Andrei

Not sure if the same thing happens in the US or in other countries but over here, most people take a day off on the 1st of May (it’s kind of ironic that people celebrate International Workers’ Day by not working, one of the many reasons why human beings are fascinating haha) and this made me ask myself a question earlier today: when’s the last time I took time off?

And by “time off” I mean no work whatsoever.

No work-related emails, nothing.

I thought about it but couldn’t remember the last time I took time off.

Most people assume that being an online entrepreneur and/or a domainer is great because you can do whatever you want.

That’s true, you can do whatever you want but almost everyone assumes “everything you want” involves wasting time, taking time off frequently and so on.

Well, in my case at least, “everything I want” means never taking a day off.

Now sure, there are days with a more reasonable schedule but I always spend at least *some* time on work-related things each days. In other words, I practically never take a day off.

I’m just thinking out loud here but it truly is fascinating. There is in my opinion a huge gap between what most people think being an entrepreneur/domainer involves and how things actually stand.

The conclusion is simple: if you want to become a domainer and/or an entrepreneur, do it for the right reasons and don’t expect it to be a walk in the park. In other words, be careful what you wish for 🙂

1 Comments For This Post

  1. Saul Says:

    If your doing what you love it isn’t really work anyway, the best entrepreneurs can wake up and do whatever they want of course, then most of the time they choose to work because they love it anyway 🙂

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