I’ve been in business a long time and I’ve seen a lot of people trying to avoid it. Some people want to stay in the business they love, but if they don’t have the time or the money to do so, they have to make a choice about how they spend their time: they can stay in business for themselves or they can try to make a living doing something else.
In the past few years, Ive noticed a tendency among business people to be more concerned about what they look like in the morning and what they eat for lunch than about doing the things they love. They spend their time chasing clients, chasing their stock, trying to figure out how to do their job better, and generally trying to become better and more efficient at their job. They are usually miserable people who want to be more efficient.
In my experience, this is all wrong. It is more important to enjoy what you do than it is to be a person who can be efficient. Being efficient is a luxury few people can afford.
The difference between a business and a pleasure is that the business requires you to be efficient, while the pleasure is just the feeling of being productive. It’s always a trade-off. Businesses that require you to be efficient want you to do what it takes to make them money. They don’t want you to enjoy what you are doing or think about the future. Businesses that reward being productive want you to do as much as possible to make them money.
When I was first starting out, I was a programmer. I had a job that was a combination of work and play. I would do the work at home, while having leisure time to play games and read books. The only thing that held me back from reaching my full potential was the idea that I needed to be productive to be successful. That’s why I never really got into the “business” side of things. I always wanted to be more like a writer.
It seems the reason is because we believe our work is the only thing that motivates us. We don’t believe we’re good enough to succeed if we don’t feel good about it. Our work ethic, like all our other skills, can only come from practice. When we don’t practice our work ethic, our work becomes meaningless and we never achieve anything.
The problem is that we are, by design, all about work. We want to work with people who we know will like us and who we can work with. In other words, if we like you and can work with you, then our work is meaningless.
We can be so busy with our own work that we forget the work we do for others. Even though we may not realize it, the way we have structured our entire lives has made us completely selfish. We become so busy in our own lives that we are unable to even consider the needs and the feelings of other people. We forget that our lives are only a shadow of our true selves.
If you want to have a full-time job, you have to know that no one can do it for you. Or if you want to be successful at work, you have to know that no one can do it for you. You have to be willing to give up some time for the sake of others.
If we really want to be happy, we have to stop being so selfish. Happiness is about giving of our time and energy to others. If we want to be happy, we have to be able to share our time and energy with others in an honest, genuine way.