But, the reality is being an entrepreneur requires tenacity, focus, and ability to do a lot of work. You work in between naps, in between meals, in between exercise, and meetings, and calls, and life. People who work for others think that the job is their life. When you have your own enterprise — no matter how big or small — you can never fully turn off.
If you turn off, the business turns off to an extent.
I’m not looking for a relationship, and marriage is nowhere on my radar, but I would like a companion with whom I can explore shared and new interests. Since dating is the mechanism we use to accomplish this — dating is what I will be doing. Here it is:• Professional black man age 35–45• College educated, career preference is professional and/or business services, other entrepreneurs are great • Clean shaven to goatee/mustache, low-cut Caesar to bald, athletic build (I’d like him to at least pretend to be healthy), 5’11” and up• His location is flexible.
Travel is fun.• Liberal and open to evolving roles of women in society.
So I then just read it from an entertainment point of view but she was neither funny nor engaging.
I do not know where to begin on why this book was so bad.