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How to enjoy life (without sacrificing your work)

I noticed something funny during my trip to Austin. It was my first “vacation” where I worked a (somewhat) regular schedule.


Not only did I get all my work done, but I was able to enjoy the “perks” of living in Austin for a week. Peanut and I went to boujee lunch spots every day for some grub and drinks. I finished my day by 3 pm on most days. There were a few days I finished earlier, and one day where I finished later.


How did I enjoy Austin without sacrificing my client work?


I made a simple tweak to my routine that instantly gave me more time:


I woke earlier.


I was out of bed at 5:30 am each day, and started working almost immediately.

And you know what?


This is something you can try too. In fact, you’re doing yourself a disservice by not trying it (even if you’re not a morning person).


Why?


Because finishing your workday before most people take their lunch break is liberating. And every entrepreneur should be able to enjoy more freedom. It’s why you started your company in the first place, annit?


Anywho:


I noticed something funny during my trip to Austin. It was my first “vacation” where I worked a (somewhat) regular schedule.


Not only did I get all my work done, but I was able to enjoy the “perks” of living in Austin for a week. Peanut and I went to boujee lunch spots every day for some grub and drinks. I finished my day by 3 pm on most days. There were a few days I finished earlier, and one day where I finished later.


How did I enjoy Austin without sacrificing my client work?


I made a simple tweak to my routine that instantly gave me more time:


I woke earlier.


I was out of bed at 5:30 am each day, and started working almost immediately.

And you know what?


This is something you can try too. In fact, you’re doing yourself a disservice by not trying it (even if you’re not a morning person).


Why?


Because finishing your workday before most people take their lunch break is liberating. And every entrepreneur should be able to enjoy more freedom. It’s why you started your company in the first place, annit?


Anywho:


Another “sneaky” way to create more freedom in your personal and professional life is by booking a call here.


If you have a business, a sizable email list, and a proven offer, booking a call may just generate more freedom for you than waking up at the crack of dawn.


John

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