I’m a total night-owl. I feel like the best time for me to focus on work, or something important, is at night time… and that works for me. However, there is definitely a case to be made for entrepreneurs to actually waking up early to get work done.
In the article exerted below, Solomon explains why commercial brokers, such as himself, benefit from waking up early. He gives real-life examples of how he, and others, start their day. And, if you want to beat out your competition, you would benefit from starting your day before they do. How long does it take to get to work, how long to drink your morning coffee, how long to get up and going, how long for your competitors to get going and what time do you need to wake up. These are important questions to ask, and I encourage you to read the article below to see what all Solomon has to say about this topic?
One of the great things about being an entrepreneur is that you get to choose when you come to work, what you do and when you leave. Especially in Silicon Valley, tales abound of people working wacky hours, pulling all-nighters and doing just about anything other than a nine-to-five day.
When I visit offices, I’m frequently the first one there. It’s not uncommon for me to hand the newspaper to the staff member as he or she walks in to unlock the door. Here’s the funny thing: I’m not a morning person. Really. When I was a college student, I had a knack for still being asleep for my 4 pm classes.
So, what happened? What happened was that I became a broker and I learned that, while I was free to choose my own hours, my clients and prospects were going to dictate the choices that I made.
One of the great things about commercial real estate is that our jobs generally track the business day. Clients are either business people or individual investors that have earned the luxury of not having to….
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