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Most of my perks involve learning and growth opportunities.
Simplest one - a treat at every closing! Dinner with family.
Ron & Alexandra Seigel , only partly funny, partly true!
To be honest, I've never thought of giving myself any perks. Sure had a lot of them when I was a senior executive in corporate America, but somehow not so much when it's just my little business.
Nothing any different than last year. I am frugal and just want to eat well, wear nice clothes and have a new car every 3 years. That is what I always do even if I doubled production
I reward myself with time off and travel. Also my expectations of myself are high therefore I also want to see goals acheived along the way and progress.
First, I'm taking 2 extra vacation days in Mexico in Jan for our convention. 2nd planning on getting my hair done more often so I feel better...and I believe it will help me close more jobs. Soon, I'm going to pay a cleaning person to help clean my place bi-weekly (for same reason). As year goes on and I hopefully have more money saved, I hope to delegate more (e.g. to bookkeeper) and a few other things. but, some of this stuff will prob need to wait until May or so. The hair thing I'll start sooner.
Perks? No perks for me, I'm lucky if I don't fire myself!