It’s 8:45am as I write this.
Already today I have been working since 5.15am at the computer, writing articles for my latest Internet Marketing web sites. I have written two articles totalling some 1500 words, and published them as Squidoo lenses. I have also added them to a tool called Traffic Bug (which I was introduced to by the Thirty Day Challenge) to promote these articles.
All of this; about two-and-a-half hours’ work if I allow for the time out that I took for breakfast and a shower – all of this productivity – real productive work – has been completed before your average employed office worker even gets through the door and finds the way to the kettle to make that first cup of coffee in preparation for a gentle warm-up gossip and a leisurely scan through the morning’s emails.
But would I swap what I am doing to go back to office life? Well, I might – but only under one of the following two circumstances:
1. It is my office and my own company
2. I am so broke that I am in danger of having nowhere to live and not enough to eat.
Onwards and upwards!