Tips For All of You “9 to 5” Workers

You know how TV shows play reruns during the summer?  Or how radio shows run “best of” segments while the radio show hosts are on vacation?  That’s what I thought I’d do today, while I’m fishing up in Canada for the week without internet access (at least, I don’t think I’ll have internet access).

When I first started this blog back in January (wow, these 6+ months have gone by quickly) I wrote a lot about work and productivity.  While I will still write about those topics from time to time, I’ve changed my focus more toward passive income, focusing on my own case studies and experiments, as well as interviews of others who have been successful.

A lot of the posts I wrote early in this blog’s life weren’t viewed by many, due to what little traffic I had back then.  So, this is my opportunity to share with you some content I’ve previously written, that you may have not had the chance to read.  For those of you in a “9 to 5” job like me, you’ll want to read some of the tips I wrote about.

Here’s a sample of a few things I wrote months ago:

  • The Illusion of Work – In this article, I examined the power of the illusion of work, and how you can go about working a 9 to 5 day without actually working a 9 to 5 day.
  • Staying Focused at Work – One of the best ways to maximize your time outside of work is to minimize your distractions while you’re at work.  Here some some tips for staying focused and getting the most out of your day.
  • Wasting Time with Communication – We’re often told that clear communication is the lubricant of efficient business (or some kind of paraphrased version of that), but what we fail to consider is that often communication is the source of our inefficiency.

I apologize for any delays in approving and responding to comments.  Have a great week!

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4 Responses to “Tips For All of You “9 to 5” Workers”

  1. Hi,

    Thanks for the tips. Looking forward to see you fire your boss and achieve time freedom and become a full-time entrepreneur.=)

    Kind regards,



    Eric G. Reply:

    Thanks Gary! That sure would be nice.


  2. Awesome post – looking forward to reading these! I just read the one about staying focused and learned some new tips that will help me out. Keep up the great work!


    Eric G. Reply:

    Thanks for the comment, Ian. Glad to have helped you focus!


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