In our lives these two always seem to go hand in hand, I guess that is one of the quirks of owning your own business. You are your own boss, but with your clients you are not always the one in charge, because the customer is always right.
We constantly lose sleep over how our business is doing, or if you have schedule changes coming up the next day, how we can get more people interested in our service.
Often, when we are running errands we have things that need to be picked up for business as well personal items, so multi-tasking comes into play quite often. Gas to get, food for lunches and who wants to take separate trips to Costco?!
BUSY BUSY BUSY
I guess you could interpret it to mean that you don't have to take personal responsibility for your actions. Most businesses are personal, they are part of the community and society. Business decisions impact real people. When you and your company strive to make a real difference in people's lives this shows that you are sincere, this builds trust in your clients and your employees, this will definitely affect you personally.
Above all else, business should at the very least start out as personal. Many businesses seem to think that if you have an all business state of mind that you don't have to return calls or requests. These are just common courtesies that have nothing to do with just business. Telling someone at the end of a conversation to "have a nice day" could affect someone all day and put a smile on their face, and it really didn't take much effort on your part.
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