The shared workspace concept is trending these days for several reasons. The quest to work freely and at any location has introduced this new working culture. Investors have created affordable shared workspaces from basic to luxury features for short time rent for start-ups and small businesses. This culture is spreading fast and is being embraced by the youth population.
Even if you do, you’d have to cut your ego into half to apply what I’m about to show you, perhaps that’s why these tips may seem insane.
Earning has never been so easy in recession times let alone saving.
In a recession, disposable income dwindles unforgivably, intensifying the drive for people to hold and preserve cash.
In a recession, Liquidity rules …
It’s not surprising that price of assets crash ridiculously for the seller to stay liquid.
To make this work, first of all, make up your mind to say a lot of ‘No’s to yourself, people and stuff.
You could term this new attitude; ‘Self-denial’ but it’s a bit more because your decisions would have to be ratified by you; less of acting on impulse, more of critical thinking and fair judgment to make this work.
However, this is not a program to excruciate undue pain for financial sins you’ve committed in the past.
The whole essence is to make you a better manager of a few resources.
Every entrepreneur hopes he/she will expand weeks after doors are opened up for business. Many businesses are excited to reach this expansion phase quicker than others. It’s vital to discern when its right to move up.
If you experience some of these, get prepared to take on a higher level of operation..
As humans we run through life assessing how we’ve fared on a yearly basis. We feel on top of the world when the past twelve months show increase not only in material things but in our health and state of mind.
At times we get discouraged when there’s nothing really to show materially especially when colleagues and friends given the same circumstances, resources and time appear to make significant progress with their lives.