16. Bullet your entire day
Paul: Seriously? Who is writing these questions and how much time do they have in their day?
My days change constantly. I work as a nurse and we have a rotating shift, so sometimes I’m in during the day, sometimes at night, sometimes the evening. I get to sleep when I can, and squeeze in gym when I can. But basically my day is:
· Wake up. Deal with whatever shit I need to.
· Go to work. Deal with whatever shit I need to. Literally.
· Go home or gym. Shower. Shit. Remember?
· If gym, work out then go home.
· Deal with whatever shit I need to. Bed.
Andrew: I guess if Paul’s day is constantly changing, mine is pretty set. As CEO I have to be in the office for most of the time. My PA takes care of appointments and spot fires, leaving me to work on the hard stuff. As I’ve said on previous questions, my children are the most important thing to me. So they are my focus, then work. I will admit that sometimes I let the team down on this, but I just need a strong man to stand up to me and remind me of my priorities. My day is:
· Wake up. Get the people in the house ready to go to the place that they need to.
· Drive to day care / school / work.
· Work furiously for the next nine hours.
· Drive back and pick up kids from after-school care.
· Home and everything that entails.
· After the kids go to bed, I’ll manage another 3-4 hours work.
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