Blake Snow

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Working hard or hardly working?

I would like to comment on how great of a day I’m having today (if yours is not so hot, I apologize in advance). I really enjoy when you get so deeply enthralled in your work, that it’s just you, your tasks, and the tools you use to finish the job. It’s a wonderful and very productive feeling. In my case, it’s a computer, call-backs, emails, customer service issues, invoicing, proposals, site design, and prospecting. Our sales pipeline is the best it’s been in months so hopefully we can show our clients the value in the work we provide and close them out.

When it gets this enjoyable, the hard work and hardly working lines get extremely blurred. It’s like you’re doing what you were just meant to be doing.

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