You might have noticed that I’m a little late on my blog post for this week. While I normally try and post every Monday sometimes that is not always possible. This week was an eventful week, and it left me with no time to write a post until now.
On Monday I spent most of the day with a bookkeeper going over my company’s Quickbooks database. I wanted to make sure the books were in order, and check that I was doing everything correctly. This is one of those little things that in the back of your mind you worry about wondering if you are doing something wrong that will destroy the company. Luckily besides a few minor things everything was in great shape, and I got to let go of the stress of worrying about it.
Wow, last week was a crazy one! As I mentioned in my post last week I have been busy working on ways to find more clients and to build my business. I put a decent amount of effort into networking, blogging, and generally trying to get the business name out there. Sometimes I wonder if all the effort is just a waste of my time and resources.
Last week I had an opportunity pop up that I was excited about. How the rest of the week went I was not prepared for. One opportunity after another started to come in, and I found myself slammed trying to keep up with everything. I was also in shock that everything was happening at once.
I have been very busy working on the company, and I wanted to give an update on what takes up all my time each day. There are 3 main areas that I’m focusing on, and everything I’m doing is connected to them. These 3 areas are Ad Agencies, Direct to Business, and a GC Animated Project. I will go over each of them below.
I have had a few people ask me what my daily routine was in running my company, and how I keep myself on task. I decided to share what my days running a animation startup looked like, and what I do to keep focused on what I need to get done.
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The Daily Routine of Running a Startup Animation Company
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