All quiet on the blog

We’d like to apologise for the lack of writing in this blog over the past couple of months! We’ve been very busy expanding the company and moving to new premises in the area, and of course, the first thing to go when time is short is marketing! Funny though, that should be the second most important thing on the to-do list after performing actual jobs. Life & business don’t always end up that way though, eh?!

We’ve recently struck a deal with a rather large company that sends so many leads to us that we now are completely booked out for the next few months and meant we have to expand much quicker than we were ready for, but there’s no greater feeling than doing what you love as a career! If you can manage to turn your passion into what you make a living from, there’s no greater life than that.

I’d just like to take this moment to tell you all, that if there is something you love doing, so much that you enjoy just the process of doing it, then you absolutely must do that as your career. Even better, if it’s something you can personally charge for, then building your own business around that on the internet is the absolute dream, and now-a-days with social media abound, it’s easier than ever to reach a large audience on a shoe-string budget and live the life you’ve always dreamed of!

Jump out of your comfort zone, and even though it’ll be hard building a business around your passion and the thing you love, because you love the process of doing it, rather than just the end product or reward, you will absolutely fight through anything to make it a success, and that’s the secret to every successful business and entrepreneur out there!

I would absolutely recommend you all search Gary Vee online and devour his content and find out why self-awareness and doing what you love are the most important things in your life. The scariest possible thing is living to 90 filled with regret. At that point there’s nothing you can do about it, and regret is poisonous. Never live with regret, or don’t pursue something because you’re scared of what could happen. You will always regret not trying, more than you’ll regret taking a chance to do what you think is right.

This has been a fairly preachy post, and I apologise for that, but I am so joyous in my life right now, and want to share this feeling with all of you, and want to encourage more of you to jump out of your comfort zone and get moving!