Here I sit on Friday procrastinating from digging into the minutiae of what I need to get done. I have written a LinkedIn article, posted some interesting crap so I look sparkly. Now I have to think about the following:
- How much cash do I have? How much is coming in and how much do I need? Ugh, cash flow calculations are such a downer these days.
- What can Maggie & Co. generate as I continue my job search efforts? How can I squeeze it so it keeps paying the bills? Will it be able to pay the bills?
- What the heck is going on with my accountant? He LOST MY CHECK and had the balls to send me an email asking me to send a replacement. He is really on my shit list because he refused to send me some reports until he got paid (financial reports from previous years that I needed for my business plan and that I had already paid for the work). What really burns is that I had already processed his payments (and told him) before I asked him for the info. WTF? I’ll be getting a new accountant for 2018. In the meantime, I have to call him and chew his ass out. Ugh.
- What is the best use of my business development time? That’s a big picture question but a very important one.
I am reading the Morten Hansen book, Great at Work. I strongly recommend it. Then I went to his website and took his quiz. Boy that was a downer. One thing that he stresses is to do less and then obsess over doing it extremely well. I need to figure out what that means for me in my business development efforts. It does make infinite sense. I’ve been trying a bunch of different things and can definitively say that NONE OF IT WORKED. Now I need to think about what did work and do more of that.
OK, enough whining. Time to roll up my sleeves and get to work. Today is all about making some $$. The job search efforts will continue, but a girl’s gotta eat.