This is a topic that comes up quite often in the office, even more so when working with clients. You see this question a lot when setting up appointments and scheduling meetings, and the response I get sometimes is one of either irritation or annoyance.
I get to my office and the person sitting opposite me is looking at the clock and asking, “Are we going to have to wait long?” I say, “What do you mean, what do I have to do?” The person says, “We’ve been set up with a job.” I say, “What job?” The person replies, “The job you’re supposed to do is to get all your work done by 8:00 am.
The people I work with are the ones who are scheduled to work from my office, and when I’m done, I get a new appointment with the person who’s on the phone. I don’t know if I’ll change my appointment to be someone like you, but I think if you work with clients who can’t schedule appointments, then there’s a good chance you’ll get to see me as a client from time to time.
It’s a little awkward, because a client is someone who wants to meet you, get things done for them, and is actually a little bit concerned about your integrity. But if you’re like, I get that, I think it’s fine. I dont think you should expect to be working for the entire day, though. Also, you shouldnt expect to get any work done until about 8 am.
Yes, that’s the job description for a client. But you don’t need to be a client. I’ll work for no pay all day long in my office. It’s just you’re not the client. We don’t expect you to be there all day, but you should expect to be there and answer your phones. But you shouldn’t expect to be there all day.
It all comes down to this, do we want to be a client or do we want to be a boss? The main difference between a client and a boss is that a client is a person who hires you to do stuff for him. A boss is a person who has to get paid. So a client is a person who hires you to do things for them. A boss is a person who has to get paid.
A client is a person who lets you do stuff for them. A boss is a person who has to do stuff for them. It’s not a hard distinction to make. A client hires you because you work for them. For example, I’m the guy who sends you to the gym. A boss hires you because it’s a job for him. And it’s a job that he loves, so it makes sense that he would like you to have the best equipment in the gym.
When it comes to work, one of the most important aspects of a job is the pay. That’s especially true of a job that’s paid for with a paycheck. But at the same time, a job is not a job if you’re not paid for it. So if you’re not being paid for the work you’re doing, you’re not really doing the job.
It turns out that Im working for a man who hates me. He’s a boss who hires me for a job that I hate, and he’s the one who owns the gym. This is what makes me the happiest on this world, because Im the boss of the gym because I love it and I want to make it the best gym in the universe.
It also makes me the most miserable on this world. I hate working for this boss, I hate my job, and I hate my life. I hate the gym because its my job and I hate it because I’m not being paid for it. It’s a very stressful situation.