We do a lot of things, day in day out. we can’t have 100% of our time as billable hours, just can’t do it!
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I’m back!!! Had to take a little hiatus to wrap up a few things and get my head straight. I’m back now and still on my grind going for my dreams!! Hope you all like the vid.
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And DevDiary is moving! Soon to be on surefirewebservices.com I will keep you posted.Post Views: 414
I’m seeing this a lot on social media, people who own business asking how to develop something. Now while there’s nothing really wrong with that, it just raises a flag in my head. If your still on a learning curve of how to best develop something, and your asking complex dev questions, I think it’s time you switch your approach. It’s totally OK to be a developer if that’s what you want to do, but as a business owner, you may need to start thinking about how to streamline your processes. Enjoy the video.Post Views: 466
something that is often asked by many. Keep in mind what’s most important in your life, everything else will get done in time, don’t rush it if it means missing out on important things that you’ll never get back.
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