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I swear I must be attached to my phone by my hip. Or so it feels that way. Excellent article and it makes perfect sense. I find that if I block off my unavailability time I must keep to that time frame. If I’m available at 11 PM for one client, then it seems that I may be putting myself at risk by being too available.
Dear Cousin Wade,
What wisdom! You got it from your Mom, who got it from her mom, (your Grandma) and also both your terrific Great Grandmothers.
Lucky lucky you.
On the bathroom counter?????? I leave it on the edge of the tub!
Thanks Marilyn! The real estate side runs strong in our family (Star Wars pun intended)!
Christine, I’ve found that by forewarning my clients that I have unavailable times I receive less texts, calls, and emails. I do however let my clients know that I am available to them in EMERGENCY situations. By emergency I mean they absolutely can’t wait until the next morning. That seems to work well most of the time. It’s all about your presentation.
Chap, if they would hurry up and make waterproof phone I would probably shower and answer emails all in one shot. **Upon further thought, waterproof phones may be a bad idea.**
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