My very own work schedule! Finally! or As an entrepreneur do you set schedules?

Philippines
June 1, 2010 5:50am CST
hey hey hey! Just got home from work and I am so happy about my first day as an entrepreneur! I will still work 40 hours a day but only for 4 days a week as a consultant wahoo! more time for me! and then spend 3 days off just mylotting, neobuxing, clixsensing, clockpaying, microworking, odesking etcetera etcetera i should've done this a long time ago that way i would've saved myself from all the grief sunday is definitely my off and then i'll just choose every week which days to take as my off days so as an entrepreneur do you set schedules for yourself?
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@puccagirl (7316)
• Israel
22 Jan 11
I am not a full time entrepreneur myself, yet, but I certainly hope to be one one day. And I definitely think those who are selfemployed or entrepreneurs should make schedules, at least in the beginning, so you know everything gets done. Excellent idea!
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• Philippines
22 Jan 11
definitely sigh i hope i can write more kinda got overwhelmed still happy though
• Philippines
1 Jun 10
Hello chipes, congratulations on being the first day entrepreneur.it's not easy being a business person, you will have long set of hours of work to keep the business running. that's one good thing of being a self-employed person but you need to prioritize which online paying site suits you the best. good luck with business anyways
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• Philippines
1 Jun 10
oh my business is not just online sites i am realistic enough to understand that this won't be my bread and butter i'm now in the business of being a consultant for businesses :D online earnings are only a third of my earnings :D but i'll still do themon my rest days :D
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@qamarep (4450)
• Pakistan
1 Jun 10
wow cograts to you man but where ar you from that being entrepreneur you still need to workonline with these sites
@Hatley (164672)
• Garden Grove, California
1 Jun 10
hi chipesterkhan good for you an entrepreneur with your own business and your own work schedule. I am retired and staying at this tiresome retirement center and spend my time mylotting here. So I guess in a way I too have a schedule. Usually I mylot from 8 to 11 and 12 to 4 then 5 to 10 except on tuesdays and wednesdays,today tuesday I will be taking off the afternnon to get my money from our Gold crest bank then Wednesday will go shopping in the morning.
• Philippines
1 Jun 10
hehehe try to get everyone in that retirement center to join :D hey at least you don't really hve to work anymore right? that's the bright side right?
@CJscott (4184)
• Canada
2 Jun 10
I would set a schedule were I in your position, a schedule of what I had to accomplish that day. Maybe more like a to do list. Today I have to..write a report, post to a blog, visit this shop, blah blah blah. Then just make sure everything gets done, if you give yourself a time line, you will probably be finished before your time is up, and have even more free time. With Appreciation.
@evepin (723)
• Philippines
2 Jun 10
Entrepreneurs and home-based business owners should have effective time management skills because if not, then they would slack and become less productive. Good to know that you are happy with your new work! cheers and happy myLotting!
• United States
2 Jun 10
Im trying to find a website that actually pays well...I mean there are a lot of scams out their and im about ready to give up. But who knows maybe someday I will find out what really works and what doesnt. I NEVER pay for anything.
@smiley83 (1536)
• Malaysia
2 Jun 10
Awh congrats!! well, as for setting up a schedule; I do set a timetable for my study & working life; but I end up messing things out especially if i receive urgent matters that have to be prioritized over other materials that I set it on! Awh gosh, I wish if i could set a permanent timetable!!
@dorannmwin (36698)
• United States
1 Jun 10
I don't think that the role in life of being an entrepreneur is necessarily going to be an easy one for you or for anyone, however I do think that having the ability to be your own boss is the thing that draws a lot of people into it. Eventually I would like to be in the position that I will be able to work completely for myself and to be able to pick my own schedule so that I will be able to do more things with my children and such. They are the world to me and the reason that I do everything that I do in my life.
@AnythngArt (3304)
• United States
1 Jun 10
I am still trying to find balance. As a freelance writer who writes for any number of sites (as well as doing other, private jobs), it is hard for me to strike the right balance in my schedule. I tend to focus in on one thing, work really hard at that and then other things slip. I will consider my life a success when I can manage it all and not feel guilty over anything. Sounds like you have things under control. Good for you!