If you married and settled count yourself lucky. The process of going through internet dating/matrimonial sites is time consuming with lots of disappointments and frustrations. Older you are the fewer choices you have.
Small Practice Blog
This blog is intended to show the highs and lows I face day-to-day working as an ambitious and highly driven small practice owner.
My blogs will be both professional and personal. What happens in my personal life affects my professional life and vice versa.
Just covering one aspect and not the other means that I will not learn how to improve and change.
My key motivation for blogging is constant and never ending improvement. Writing helps me to do this.
I hope you find my blogs of some interest.
This blog post is my attempt to clarify the angle I take on my blogs. There is a misunderstanding and that is my fault for not being clear in the way I come across.
As most readers know MG advocates a highly systemised business. This is whereby there is a clear thought through and written down system of the work to be done in a business. Everyone works by following the system.
I am sure I am not the only one who is ruled by my emotions. This is good when they drive me forward through taking positive action.
It is terrible when I feel depressed and always look at life as glass half empty. This then drives me in a spiral of negativity.
Just look at the weather. Then I have some clients who are really stressing me out.
On top of all the above, I am in a terrible mood because I have not been able to cycle to work. It is during the times of stress, cycling helps so much.
A Mum and an Accountant last blog post got me thinking about all eggs in one basket.
I am in cold Edinburgh so no weigh-in today. Today's blog is on a subject that I think about a lot.
I am on a long train journey to Edinburgh. I am loving the time to myself not worrying about damn tax returns. I will deal with this on Monday now.
I have just finished reading TaxAssist prospectus. Wow! They have got it so right!
This is of course a is gross generalisation but it does make me wonder and it does very much applies to me - why do men leave things to the last minute?
Two high street brands, HMV and Blockbusters, are dead. Is this a serious message for accountancy shop fronts about the overcrowded click traffic taking over?