Book Report: The E Myth Revisited: Why Most Small Businesses Don't Work and What to Do About It by Michael E. Gerber (page 44 of 268) _ One thing that became apparent to me when I started reading this book is its simple language. I'm always fascinated by people who can explain complicated things so simply. It takes years of experience and knowledge building to be able to do so. It seems like a contradiction, but it's absolutely true. That ability is something I strive for in my own life. While the book doesn't give step-by-step instruction on starting or running a small business (that I know of yet), it has been establishing a great base when it comes to the mindset a person must have going into it. If you throw in my own experience starting and running a small business years ago, the passages resonate a little deeper than otherwise.

Present Situation: Okay. First off, the first episode of Game of Thrones season 8 was not movie length. It was a normal, not-even-an-hour episode. Still enjoyable, yes. I will stop the complaints there. Bedtime and work are fast approaching. Made good strides today despite almost half of it being at The Place That Pays Me. The money keeps the boats floating, and I am super grateful for that. Building the life I want takes a few dollars. My wife and I will likely watch another episode of Maniac tonight. We're getting close to being done with the show, but there's only one season (so far?), so we'll be on to something else before long. I am pleased with its strangeness.

I've become very interested in pushing the boundaries of my comfort zone—replacing 'what if' with 'why not try.'

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