This blog is about all matters business and personal of a sole practitioner. I have a practice with one member of staff.
With all due respect your Majesty I know you will steal the show from me tomorrow, so I am getting in early.
As I tuck into my heavily calorie ridden Christmas meal with smiles, one thing that I am sure will be on my mind is my survival in the practice world. I need to change.
There are undoubtedly people who do extremely well regardless of market conditions. They just adapt to market needs and keep a very close eye on the competition. They don’t moan like I do – they act and get on with it! This is what I need to do.
Here is what I think what makes a good business thinking practitioner
1. Glass half full type of person and risk takers
2. Be highly client focussed
3. Be a good networker
4. Good time manager
5. Delegate, delegate, delegate
6. Take on staff early
7. Don’t try and do everything
8. Just don’t give up
After you have watched the far inferior message from Her Majesty, in which all she wants is world peace. How boring! All I want is to survive. That is far more important to be me than some world peace expectation.
I am taking a break, not because it is a birthday of some guy called Jesus ( I didn't t even know him!). It is because it will be dead everyone else and it will be an enforced but much needed 2 days break.
After the run of bad luck I have had over the past few days I so want to box someone on the 26th . Is that why it’s called boxing day? I so hope my sister in law does not wind me up! It will just be the last straw.
Thank you so much for reading my blog and taking the time to comment. I really do appreciate it. Have a very Merry Christmas!