… sat next to another dad at a basketball game while our sons were playing.
I asked him how his work was going (he works for a big company):
“Ugh, very busy.”
He asked me how my work was going:
“Great, very busy.”
I don’t know about you, but one of the (many) things I love about being a solo is that the amount of activity and the amount of compensation are pointed in the same direction.
This is a great point, Michael!
Thanks Maureen! I find that helpful to think about on those days when you feel crushed by the deadlines!!
That’s because he doesn’t get paid any more for more output, while we do!
Plus he probably doesn’t get to pick his clients. We do. I’ve already fired one!
Exactly! And glad to know you’re getting rid of the bad clients – always worth doing.