This week has been one of reflecting and remembering. Remembering why I got into this in the first place, what I need to establish and stick to in order to make it work and what it is about all of this that really makes me excited.
Yesterday we went for lunch in Chiswick and over in a used book shop D found a book for me and called me over to read a couple of pages.
There are moments when you wonder if all the time this will require will be too much and if it will be worth it. Then you realise what this is really about and the doubts go away.
One of the benefits of having a few days off is that you get a bit of breathing space and rather than trying to squeeze in working on byFlock, you can set aside some working time and for the rest of it be off.
So far, other than referencing previously written posts I haven’t gone back over and ready any of them again. Now I’m starting to want to.
The best and also the most time consuming bit of all of this is learning. Learning about new areas and aspects related to business that you’ve never come across before. Learning what various people are after and can offer, and not the least how you yourself react to the whole thing.
Last week was a good reminder of the need to get my prioritise straight. It’s fine once in a while to break them but long term I need to stick to a few simple principles, or this won’t work.