You’re working on a holiday weekend. Labor Day? What Labor Day? If you’re reading this, in between getting some work done on a holiday– you’re not alone. I find many business owners lose comprehension of ‘normal’ business hours and often use days like today to catch up!
You are working even when you’re not working. You know no boundaries of regular hours, and even when you’re ‘off the clock’ you’re in work mode. This can be as simple as revisiting small details in your head (did you remember to submit payroll yesterday?) to analyzing your overall strategy. Quite often, I find myself talking about my business as my husband rolls his eyes.
You have dozens of uncompleted projects – and you’re starting more. Small business owners don’t typically have the luxury to complete all projects in the order that they’re tasked. Nope. We’re master jugglers and we have to be. We wear a lot of hats and need to quickly transition from one to the other at a moment’s notice.
You find creative ways to transition debits to business expenses. It’s no secret that small businesses often get the short end of the stick when tax season rolls around (What’s up with Facebook receiving a tax refund?). We find ways to leverage the benefit of owning a business and have learned to maximize our business expenses to keep the tax man from shaking us down. Disclaimer: If my accountant is reading this, just kidding!
You wouldn’t have it any other way! Despite the never ending to-do lists and countless hours of work, you wouldn’t trade your job for the world. We know how to take a lick and continue to tick because we want to do things on our terms. We love what we do – even when we don’t!
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