As confessed in my previous post, I have been and am still stuck with the writers’ block. I have been researching the net (read: googling — they should add this word to the official English dictionary now, don’t you think?) for ways to deal with my writers’ block. As always, Google has proved to be a helpful friend.
Here’s a list of some ways I’ve found, that I think I could try to shake off my writers’ block:
During the early days of new business ventures, cash outflow is abnormally high, while cash inflow is barely there. As such, managing finances can be quite difficult without proactive planning. I have seen many new startups shut down within the first six months of operation simply due to lack of effective financial planning and management. Based on my experience, I am sharing below 5 key financial management strategies that will help new startups stay afloat through the initial rough period.
People change, photos are destroyed, memories get lost in the sea of pain and anger.
You learn more about someone at the end of a relationship than at the beginning.
I don’t know if you’ve ever been to the Ladies’ Room at the Plaza, but it’s like totally the nicest one in Manhattan. It’s all pink and there are mirrors and little couches everywhere, in case you look at yourself and feel the urge to faint from your beauty or something.
– Meg Cabot, The Princess Diaries
It is true that those we meet can change us, sometimes so profoundly that we are not the same afterwards, even unto our names.
– Yann Martel
Sometimes when you lose your way, you find YOURSELF.
– Mandy Hale, The Single Woman: Life, Love, and a Dash of Sass