Take a break - and make money

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Peeps, long time no see.

Know why? Cause just as usual I took some weeks to put all this knowledge into work. That's right, I got out of the WF and went on to work with all the knowledge I have inside my head. It's funny I do this 2-4 times per year, and I notice a huge improvement to my skills, ease of processes and of course, profits.

Thing is, after all this knowledge gets inside our brains, we need to put it to work FOR REAL - not in part-time, with 20 different excuses of "why" it didn't work that well...

Works for me, and hopefully will work for some of you too.

Now, where's that damn OT underground bar?
#break #make #money
  • Profile picture of the author Kal Sallam
    Nice!,
    Scheduling your time followed by setting deadlines is vital to getting things done.
    As for the OT underground bar it would be located underneath the ground.
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  • Profile picture of the author Andyhenry
    Why don't you just spend less time NOT implementing and more time implementing - ALL THE TIME???

    I'm not kidding - surely it's better to be always implementing and have learning be your supplementary activity than have to take time out to actually do something a few times a year?
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    nothing to see here.

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  • Congratulations to you!

    I think it would be best if you use all what you have learned and implement them to the fullest. Perhaps, putting them on a list every time you bump into something you think would be of use to you in the future will be great. At least, you will have a reference later on in case you may want to revisit what you have learned in the past years.
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  • Profile picture of the author DianaHeuser
    Nice to have you back Fernando

    It's definitely worth it taking time off ALL social accounts every now and then. I think I am due for one of those shortly. After tonight of course

    Di
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    • Profile picture of the author Fernando Veloso
      Originally Posted by Andyhenry View Post

      Why don't you just spend less time NOT implementing and more time implementing - ALL THE TIME???

      I'm not kidding - surely it's better to be always implementing and have learning be your supplementary activity than have to take time out to actually do something a few times a year?
      It's just my way of doing it, I guess But honestly, sometimes I feel the need to just stop and make it work in another level, a more difficult one.

      Call me crazy, but that's the truth.

      Originally Posted by onlinesolutions1985 View Post

      I think it would be best if you use all what you have learned and implement them to the fullest. Perhaps, putting them on a list every time you bump into something you think would be of use to you in the future will be great. At least, you will have a reference later on in case you may want to revisit what you have learned in the past years.
      Impossible. :p Really impossible. Trust me.

      Originally Posted by DianaHeuser View Post

      Nice to have you back Fernando

      It's definitely worth it taking time off ALL social accounts every now and then. I think I am due for one of those shortly. After tonight of course

      Di
      Cheers Di, good to be back. Drinks on me later on. :-)
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      People make good money selling to the rich. But the rich got rich selling to the masses.
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