Business: That moment when work is no longer work

Jumping in to take a quick look at my business over the past month and I'm quickly identifying a hole. You see business was so good I had zero time to write. Zero time to write means no quality content and probably no increase in traffic. (We'll see!)

I plan to look at the numbers and publish my monthly income report by the end of the week.

In the meantime, I'm going to revel in the fact that I have absolutely the greatest clients on the face of this earth and that my entire course class asked to purchase mentoring sessions from me. I also booked in two additional mentoring sessions and had an absolute blast meeting with the clients. I didn't work any more hours, I just managed to take on the work I love most. Now it wasn't all cake, I did have some really heavy projects I worked on ( some still in progress ) and I'm ok with that too.

One thing I think that happens when you run any kind of business is you can easily get caught up in the daily grind. You can start to feel like you aren't moving enough and it can affect your attitude as well. The truth is if you get a chance to really have a blast and make a difference in people's lives, it stops feeling like work.

No matter if you run a tire shop, or you are a hairdresser, or if you run an online business, you deserve to spend your days doing whatever the hell it is that pleases you most.