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Dave Bloke
On 14/11/2021 at 18:29, spygirl said:

He wrote: “If you are not prepared to work 12–18 hours a day, six or seven days a week, then you are not going to achieve much or become a big success. It is that simple. And you have to work with intensity. It is no good having breaks all the time

As was said above, if you are setting up your own business or are getting stock options it may be worth investing that time for a limited period 6-12 months. If you are just working in his call center then you are going nowhere in life and you should be investing the minimal amount of time to get paid - that would be success.

It is true that sportmen may be training 6 to 7 hours a day, 6 days per week. That is one reason performance tails off as you get older, as you physically can't push your body as hard during training.

The top French universities also work people 6 to 7 days per week, 8 hours per day. My son's French A levels is 32 hours a week in class, the same doing homework. Given France isn't actually an intellectual powerhouse, no French Google or Facebook, thick as pigshit politicians, one might conclude they are doing something wrong there.

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On 26/01/2022 at 00:10, Uncle Buck Rogers said:

I don't care for the opinion of someone that has never sat and watched Doctors and Father Brown.

I miss 90s daytime TV. Countdown followed by Murder She Wrote, or Little House on the Prairie.

The opening credits would be considered a hate crime today.

 

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spygirl

Cunts back.

Yorkshire businessman calls for end to homeworking as staff 'get distracted by deliveries and screaming kids'

A controversial Yorkshire businessman has caused uproar again after calling for an end to home working.

https://www.yorkshirepost.co.uk/business/yorkshire-businessman-calls-for-end-to-homeworking-as-staff-get-distracted-by-deliveries-and-screaming-kids-3674830

What  a wimpy needle dick

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Chewing Grass

Where I work a lot of people commute, some do 60 miles each way and Public Transport doesn't work unless you live 5 miles away.

The car park isn't big enough, before lockdown cars littered grass verges and local estates when  nobody was ill or on holiday.

WFH has suppressed wage demands and staff turnover as it works for people and nobody objected to 50/50 as it meant the car park was only 75% full and the place didn't feel like a sweaty concentration camp.

End 50/50 and skilled people will want increased compensation or will move to nearer jobs.

Commuting at something like 80p/mile all in, £480 per week after tax is not viable.

Car Park for 1000 cars also does not have a single charging point for Tesla's.

If everyone had an electric car the business park would need new substations.

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Axeman123
18 minutes ago, spygirl said:

Cunts back.

Yorkshire businessman calls for end to homeworking as staff 'get distracted by deliveries and screaming kids'

A controversial Yorkshire businessman has caused uproar again after calling for an end to home working.

https://www.yorkshirepost.co.uk/business/yorkshire-businessman-calls-for-end-to-homeworking-as-staff-get-distracted-by-deliveries-and-screaming-kids-3674830

What  a wimpy needle dick

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Pocket square with an open collar is a definite "aspirational wanker" tell. I can sense him gearing up to mention "his portfolio" just from a picture.

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spygirl
6 hours ago, Odin said:

FWIW (can't see this signicant recent matter has been posted here)

https://www.commsbusiness.co.uk/news/daisy-group-acquires-xln/

 

Pointless.

Either XLN has been sold by its creditors. Or Daisy made an offer they could nto refuse - more free coffee ...

Anyhow, does not matter.

Daisy, xln and countless other companies like this, operating from cheaper bizzyness sheds all have the same model - sign people up, hope they dont notice the fees going up.

Im not sure the business is worth the effort. Its a commodity with a billing office.

Where they *could* add value/differentiate would be to provide support and useful stuff. But you oly get crap sales people in these sort of businesses. Anyone who could actually be useful wont be working there. And even if they were, a competitor would lie and offer claim to offer it cheaper, But fail.

 

 

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