EK004: Building a Business that Supports Your Lifestyle – Going Hourless

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EK004: Building a Business that Supports Your Lifestyle – Going Hourless

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In this episode, I talk about going “Hourless”. Hour as in 60 minutes, and store hours as in from when till when a store is open. Well, Flower Gift Korea has just gone hourless and I talk about why I did it. When we first opened up the shop in late December of 2016, our hours were 10am-7pm, Monday to Saturday. Then we took off Saturdays and were open from 10am-7pm, Monday to Saturday. Now, we are hourless! I also talk a lot about my lifestyle and how my business is a tool that supports my lifestyle. Some people have their life revolve around their business or job, and I am currently one of them to some extent, but I’m really making moves to have my business revolve around my life. I also talk about how my lifestyle has changed from running a small Hagwon (gyosoopso) to running a online flower service. And I also explain how I am no better than you and how you are more than capable enough to start your own business in Korea.

Here are some notes:

My Business that has now gone hourless is called, “Flower Gift Korea” 

Link: FlowerGiftKorea

My site where I talk about how to build a small hagwon business (Gyosoopso or Gongbubang) is Hagwonstart.com. There are a bunch of blog posts and podcast episodes you can access.

Link: HagwonStart

Author of The Four Hour Workweek is Tim Feriss. He has written a bunch of other books and does a lot of other things. He always has some cool tricks to share with others.

Link: Tim.Blog

The host of The Smart Passive Income Podcast/Blog is Pat Flynn. He talks about ways to create passive income and some tools you can use in your business.

Link: SmartPassiveIncome

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  1. […] because my wife and I take mini vacations all the time. Since our store is officially “hourless“, we can decide to go somewhere nice for the day, but as long as we fulfill our orders. […]

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