When I was 28 I fell in love. Every morning I would wake with a smile and jump out of bed, looking forward to the day. We travelled a lot and met lots of really interesting people. I learned so much, rose to meet new challenges and had the best time.
Then one day I fell out of love. Things just didn’t feel right, we just weren’t on the same page any more. It wasn’t a two-way relationship and I felt like I was putting all the effort in and wasn’t feeling the love back so something had to change. Was it me? Was it them?
We split up and I spent a few years on my own, meeting new people and trying things I’d never tried before. Then I fell in love again at the grand age of 39 – I thought I’d missed my chance but this time it was different.
I was in deep, I had that excited feeling back again and sprang out of bed every day and into my office. You see my new love was my business. My ex, my career in employment, specifically my first career as a Mortgage Consultant (during which I realised admin was ‘my thing’). You see I’ve always loved my work but sometimes you discover that what once was right no longer is, and that’s OK. Good things come to an end.
You started your business to do the things that light you up, right?
But sometimes you get bogged down in the other stuff which takes you away from doing what you love.
I discovered that I was put on this earth to be your wing woman, your right-hand person to do all the stuff you need to do but can’t or don’t want to do, that’s what floats my boat. I love creating order from chaos and making everything happen behind the scenes.
If you or someone you know could benefit from the support of a PA, please get in touch as you wouldn’t want to deprive me from doing what I love now, would you?
For details on how we can help you to find the space to grow your business, call us on 07814 218142 or email email@example.com
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