As we get older and more cynical we tend to lose more and more of our childlike ability to be positive.
This is especially true of those of us that run businesses.
The self employed business owner is one of the most hard working and underrated member of society bar none, they keep the economy running, they pay most of the tax bills in the country and employ most of the people.
Yet they are the most squeezed and pressurised group of all, bogged down with red tape and bills it can seem like the most lonely difficult existence in the world and indeed probably is, most self employed people don’t even confide in their partners or families, preferring to keep it all to themselves.
This can be a huge strain on any one individual and so the more we can strive to keep our childlike ability to see the world in a positive light the more we will make our working life successful, enjoyable and less of a mental strain.
To achieve this blissful state, planning is the key, get a plan and execute the plan and problems will slip away in the Utopia of organisation.