Hi Family,

Just wondering how much time do you spend a day working on your online business?

Do you take weekends off or work weekends too, on your business?

Would be great to read your feedbacks.

Cheers

Chigs

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LauraFuller Premium
I spend 5-10 hours a day. It all depends if we have plans outside the home. On those days I work 5 hours + and on the days we don't have plans I work on it all day long. I also work on weekends. I take frequent breaks and move around or we go to the pool for an hour or so. I also take breaks to answer questions if I can.

There is always something that needs my attention. But as my sites have evolved the work has changed from creation to SEO upkeep and update.

How much do you work per day? Are you comfortable with the amount of work you need to make this all happen?

Laura
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ChigsGohel Premium
Yes you have to take breaks Laura 😊👍🏼
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chowie Premium
Hey there Laura!

Working our Internet Marketing businesses on weekends is so much fun that it's barely classifiable as REAL work eh?
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LauraFuller Premium
You are right. I do have to say that I love technology and running an internet business. I don't really consider any of it work.

Laura
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chowie Premium
Hey there Chigs!

Since my companies are both online and offline, I spend at least 10~12 hours a day (including weekends) building my businesses & brands because unlike strictly online affiliate marketing businesses, I've gotta actually SPEAK with certain Principal Borrower Clients on the phone and sometimes even meet them eye-to-eye in person!

Remember those good 'ol days when we used to meet people face-to-face without a face mask?

Cheers Chigs!
Charles
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ChigsGohel Premium
Pure hustle, that's awesome Charles. Is your offline business effected at all due to the pandemic?
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chowie Premium
Thanks Chigs!

Your intuition is correct that things within the worldwide COVID-19 stricken commercial real estate realm are off-kilter @ the moment. For example, under normal pre-pandemic circumstances, a positive cash flowing 100-unit multifamily apartment building [or "flats" as y'all UKers call 'em] in mid-town Manhattan (NY - USA) would have been the ideal virtually risk-free commercial real estate asset. However...

Since NYC is now the world's CoronaVirus epicenter, we find situations where some Tenants are unable to pay their rent yet Landlords (our Principal Borrower Clients) are legally prohibited from evicting those Tenants, and since the Building Owners' bills like real estate taxes & insurance don't stop, they may no longer be able to repay their commercial mortgage loans, but we are powerless to foreclose on them, so our income stream is disrupted as well. Although...

As with any situation, there's also an upside. For example, in spite of its apparent morbidity, one of our current commercial real estate loan Customers is an upstate New York funeral home; as you might imagine, their business is booming! We're in the process of extending a commercial construction loan to that funeral home for facility expansion on an adjacent lot. Which just goes to show...

No matter what's going on within society--economically or otherwise, there are ALWAYS ways to make money--online or offline.

Take care Chigs & be well.

Gratefully & Respectfully Yours...
Charles
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LauraFuller Premium
I love this comment, "No matter what's going on within society--economically or otherwise, there are ALWAYS ways to make money--online or offline."

It is so true.

Laura
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chowie Premium
Thanks Laura for your valuable feedback!

Cheers!
Charles
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Ginger67 Premium
I'm in no hurry. I write about 1 article per month, if that and I'm only on section 3 of the lessons. It's been a very slow process for me. I have not posted any blogs here yet either. I'm probably not the best example, but I'm taking some much needed time off in my life and my work for now. I truly admire everyone here at WA. Each and every person has something unique to offer no matter how often or how much time they have, and it's all appreciated! Thanks for asking this question, good one...regards, Lisa
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ChigsGohel Premium
There is no race in any business Lisa 😊
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Makinitwork Premium
I spend at least 5 hours a day. But some days a lot more if technical issues happen or I am on a roll, writing. Thanks Jen
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ChigsGohel Premium
Awesome Jen. You do take breaks Jen? Hope so?
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Isaiah14 Premium
At least an hour or two daily - and longer on the weekends.
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ChigsGohel Premium
Thats awesome. If this works for you that is brilliant 👍🏼😊
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