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18 minutes ago, Stubby said:

It never has/did/will . :001_smile:

Why am I not surprised? I suspect that you're too well grounded and understanding about what is really important in life to allow the pursuit of business success to spoil personal and family relationships.

 

50 minutes ago, Stefan Palokangas said:

At what point did you feel business took over your life completely ?

As soon as I realised that my wife and family were suffering. Finding a happy medium isn't easy, but neither is divorce!

 

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It sounds to me like somebody may have had an Epiphany during their recent holiday?
SG

We are out spending time together, i love it!! Ok I hit the break if I see tree stumps. Just a reflex. My fiancé and my dogs. I do dearly enjoy the time with them , Still dealing with enquiries, However I do enjoy being off the grind. That constant grind .

Luckily fiancé been in business before so she is understanding
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Don't know why but that's not what I thought you looked like...
Wasn't my business I felt like that with it was working for someone else who expected me to put my life on hold for his business which was definitely having a effect on my home relationship.
Own business is hard work, long hrs and still effects home life but in a different way and affords me the option to just not work if I need the day off or early finish and the rewards or more noticeable as efforts put in are reflected in reward back.

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