• About this podcast:
    • Day in the life of Joshua and David
    • What does a life of Cubicle Liberation really look and feel like?
    • Fast forward 5 years in your liberation path, what could that feel/look like?
  • Joshua Fletcher’s general daily schedule
    • don’t set an alarm!!!!!!
      • 4am-5am wake up
    • Today — this morning
      • Zella preggers
    • Most work days
      • movement
      • 2-3 hours until electronic devices on
      • figure out what is important
      • leave work “shed”/”studio” eventually to go somewhere public
    • Weekends?
      • try not to schedule anything on Saturday
      • Schedule? Huh? What is that? Priorities?
    • Schedule like when first started digital biz
      • 4 am –> Starbucks: train+build
      • heavy starting focus
      • no days “off” since started doing this…but all days are pretty good
  • David Hood’s general daily schedule
    • Today — this morning
    • Productivity
    • Training
  • Fletch yearly schedule
    • Vacations
      • haven’t been on one without his laptop
    • conferences — 1x-2x/yr
    • work around seasons
  • Hood’s yearly schedule
    • Vacations
    • conferences
  • 4 hour work week
    • build towards it
    • nobody starts here
  • What could this look like for you in 5 years?
    • boringass, soul crushing meetings vs few and far between
      • Fletch: hot houses/attics, chase and please people
    • 1 boss that sucks that is harder to fire vs little bosses (customers) that, individually, you don’t have to work with
      • David’s last boss
    • YOU decide what’s important
    • autonomy with work —
      • being able to say no
        • build into offer not having to
      • outsource
      • systematize out
      • postpone, etc at your discretion
      • not having to ask for permission
    • work harder, but it is more fulfilling
      • I work for me and my family
      • David’s yearly raises — high raise vs low raise
      • clarification: time spent is more fulfilling

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