“The most difficult decision
is the decision to act”
Here is a bit more of the quote of Amelia Earhart as I used just a snippet for the puzzle.
The most difficult thing is the decision to act, the rest is merely tenacity. The fears are paper tigers. You can do anything you decide to do. You can act to change and control your life; and the procedure, the process is its own reward.
I had a wonderful SCORE mentor session. A couple of things became clear for me. One, to move from a Sole Proprietorship to an LLC. I don’t quite understand all the ins and outs but the two big factors for LLC are:
1.) The business will be separate from my own financial responsibility. So if I were to get sued or something they could only address my business assets not my home, car and personal bank account. Didn’t matter when I had nothing but now that I am married I don’t want to lose anything of Jon’s! That would not be good.
2.) The second is that hopefully in ten or twenty years if I want to sell the business it will be much more salable.
And then the second takeaway that I got from the session was that my next puzzle book needs to be one with a wider audience. So the next book will be on Portland, Oregon as it has three times the population of Vancouver. I had already planned to do this at some point but moving into sooner rather than later.
Some other great suggestions that came out were to do puzzles on
- National Parks of the United States
- Cities of the Pacific Northwest (do other sections of the country later)
If you have any ideas for themed puzzles books would love to hear them.
Today’s Three Sunshine (Gratitude) Moments:
1. Good Score mentor session
2. New Netflix movie to watch tonight
3. Finished first draft of latest puzzle book and moving into proofing stage.
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