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.
Sole Practitioner's blog
This blog is intended to reflect the highs and lows that I face day to day working as a sole practitioner.
I tend to blog regularly. I don't know why, but there is a strong need in me to blog my every day experience. I have no idea how long this will last.
All I can say is It helps me to put my thoughts, feelings and views on a blog. When writing I am not too concerned about spelling, grammar or even how I come across. I feel that if I worry about these areas, the subject matter I want to put across will not reflect how I am thinking and feeling at the time.
My blogs reflect the type of person I am. That is the nature of blogging. It is meant to reflect views and thoughts of the blogger.
I will not be to everyone's tastes. Thankfully AW has a good variety of bloggers. This means there are more than likely to be blogs more in keeping with your taste.
I am humbled by the fact that my blog is actually read! Not only this but some readers go as far as commenting.
Thank you for reading my blogs and commenting. I really do appreciate it.
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?
About three months ago I took on a regular consultancy assignment on the basis I will give it a go and if it does not work out, I will hold up my hands and refund the fees to the client.