How little work can you get away with?

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You know what?

I quit my day-job in 1995. While I had a job, I worked 5 hours per day, 4 days a week.

After I quit, I worked from early morning and until 2-3 am the following day. Seven days a week.

See something wrong with that picture?

It took me quite some time to figure it out, but the less I worked in my business, the more focused I got.

How little time can you put into your business and still make an income?

You need to spend at least 30 minutes per day. Five or six days a week. That's my estimate. But you have to be focused and have a plan.

Don't have a plan yet?

Listen to this interview of an Internet millionaire and find out

2 thoughts on “How little work can you get away with?”

  1. Very true. The more focused we can be, the better the results. Especially in niches that by nature dive deep into one single subject.
    It has been one of my most vital mistakes that I spread attention too widely, whereas focused article content also reaches much better in SEO etc.
    Thanks for good e-mails 🙂

    1. Thank you for your kind words. Oh, I’ve made that mistake too, because there are so many interesting areas, right? But spreading yourself too thin, means… too thin. You can’t do it all, because you’ll run out of time and/or energy. So “focus” is the way 🙂

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