The biggest thing for me is I switched about 10 hours a week to surfing from business. It’s a significant thing for me because I really felt I was working too much. And we can all joke about it and everything. But as entrepreneurs, I think there is a tendency, especially in the online world where it’s always open.
It’s very, very hard to build in disciplines to actually switch off and I started in December, taking Sundays off. And then I sort of crept into Saturdays and I’ve worked my way into Mondays and Fridays a little bit. But now what I found is my whole workweek is driven around tide charts and weather conditions. And you could ask Walter, who we will hear from tomorrow briefly, but you know, we coordinate our surfing schedule and then we build in appointments around that.
And that’s really the way I want to live. So I’m not saying that in a showy-offy way, I just want you to see that. If you remember six years ago, I was sitting behind a desk in a car dealership, really it was an unglamorous position to be in, very unhealthy, unhappy and stressful. So I really think that this migration is possible in the field that most of us are in. The fact that we do have businesses that can be accessed from anywhere at any time is also the biggest challenge with it because it sucks you in like a vortex.
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