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When you’re an entrepreneur, your work day will look different from the 9-5. Your productivity output will be different that it was in the office. When you have your own business, your typical work days are probably no longer consistently typical. You are not always going to have something to show for the work you have done that day, or week, or even months. It might be because you put learning on the top of the priority list, taking classes, reading, or building relationships as a means to lay a solid foundation for your growth. This isn’t a post about finding a loophole in neglecting your work, it’s a post about how the work your’re doing doesn’t always have a tangible product at the end of every day and that you don’t have to show your work to be doing your work.