Work in Hourly Basis

When I work in hourly basis, I have to maximize my working hours for a client.

My latest hourly work experience teach me that I was producing much better products when I work 2 to 6 hours per day. I took one break for every 2 hours work. Such breaks are very important for making better. During the break, I can take some food or do some body movements. My brain was relaxed and refueled in such way. It’s also giving me a chance to think about what should I do in the next 2 hours (if continued). When a job comes into a clearer image in my mind, it could be done extremely efficiently and less error-prone. This work-break-work cycle is very important for me to deliver the best to a client.

There is another case to explain the importance of my work-break-work cycle. Jobs are not always done smoothly, when it stuck somewhere, I would stop the work and switch into a break. In such a break, I could be thinking about a solution or redraw the image of what I was doing. Thus the progress can move on smoothly when continued. This is very important to save the budget of my client. Or he/she won’t be happy if I dragged too long with payment at a point.

In such a work-break-work mode, I’m able to spend client’s budget efficiently. The longer time (continually) was I working on a job the poor quality of the work might be delivered. This won’t be what a client is looking for. Anyway, there’re some cases that a client wants to finish the job in rush, I might be working continually without a break.

 
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