This week’s been busy.
Accounting and economics studies and all the fun stuff that comes with that as well.
Last Friday included a call up from a local labor hire company that I sometimes work for with a job offer, for a project out at Chillagoe. It seems that the resource sector in FNQ has found its feet, even in a minor way and started to make its presence felt.
That’ll increase the time limits on my study plans.
Then there’s been my brothers’ business development, that I have been marginally involved with. And as it has worked out, my involvement may go as far as a signed but not necessary non-disclosure agreement.
As I’ve stated a while ago, I want exposure to the wine industry and there’s currently an opportunity here locally. I haven’t made any enquiries on the business but it’s an opportunity all the same.
The saying goes, success is an intersection between opportunity and preparedness. And I’ve been caught flat-footed with this one.
It’s times like this I regret not taking full advantage of my down time. It’s hard but all the same when opportunities present themselves to you and you’re not ready it’s a bit of a wake up call.
If I’d saved the money. Completed those WSET courses, etc.
That’s a factor of human nature and something we take into account with economics, as I’m learning.
Time equals money, as the saying goes and once again, the regret sets in as a form of punishment for not being aggressive enough to have the faith in my efforts and fight forward and be prepared for those opportunities.
FM bad habits.