Day #172 | Guilt

I feel guilty when I don't work. Even when I don't really have anything to do.

The healthy approach would be to go out and do something completely different to get my mind refreshed. I prefer to sit in front of my laptop and "fake work" on my products. 

Nowadays I only work two to three hours per day - in the morning, before I start my day job. I get more things done now than I did back in Greece, when I was a student and essentially had all day, every day free.

Hours clocked in don't attribute to output, I have started to believe.

The only reason I was able to find this out was because I was forced to limit my time, by my a full time job. Otherwise I don't think I'd ever be willing to give it a try.

We should work more like athletes, I feel. Athletes don't train all day. They train a few hours per day. And not always hard. Somedays they go light. Or even rest.

Like Naval says. We are made to work like lions, not machines. I'm trying to get better at this.

On that note, today I went sightseeing in Munich after working on Cyberleads in the morning. It rained like crazy, but it was fun. Of course my inner bitch was moaning. "You could be working on Cyberleads. Or at least be home staring at your screen."

Oh, shut the fuck up.

I have a lot of work to do. I've only been building and running "businesses" for two years. I'll catch you in another two years. I'll be a lot better at it.

@alexwestco