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I work the same each day of the week and weekend.
Yes, of course.
Craig, there are some weeks where this is actually the case, but used to it from previous career.
My mobile notary service is available on the weekends, or for emergencies, but I charge an extra fee. I also teach Colorado Notary Training classes on Saturdays as well as other days. One bank asks me to teach notary training on Sunday afternoons for their employees. I enjoy teaching, doesn't feel like working.
I don't usually work More on what most people call the weekend. It seems like I work more during the workweek and a little less on the weekends - unless I have an open house. That may change in the next coming months!
First of all, I resist any attempt to have anyone categorize me as being available 24/7. As for weekends, I work as much as any other day of the week, especially if I'm out with relocating buyers.
No I don't work more.
No I don't work 24/7.
Yes, I do make sure all 5 essential are present in my monthly activities that lead to a life of fullfillment and potential.
Sometimes what we want to believe to be true simply is not so.
I used to. Now I'm taking Saturday off for myself and family( they need their Mama too:)
I do work on weekends, but generally not more than I do during the week.
Yes, this is when more buyers are available.
I play a mental game with myself and still consider it the weekend. So work I am doing I feel is at my leisure with no time constraints or deadlines to meet. So no matter the hours, often many, I find it more relaxing. Because it is the 'weekend' Mark
I probably work equally between the two - but am trying to lead generate during the week so that I will have listings that other people hold open and I will have time to spend with my family - and a clear conscience that I was productive during the week!
I work about the same, 7 days a week. My wife is a partner in a real estate law firm and she will be the first to admit, I work more hours than she does. It is a choice, a choice I make.
when I was working for a living, I worked equally during the week and weekends....there were many weeks that I worked 24/7.....there was one year, when new construction was booming in my town and I had most of the subdivisions, when I worked every day for one year without taking a day off....I had no choice....there were too many subdivisions to cover and I could not leave....