Do what you love, and you’ll never work again….

It’s something that you hear people repeat time and time again. And it’s central to the self-employed revolution. If you do something you love, it doesn’t feel like work. If your work is something you love doing, then the issue of work-life balance disappears forever.

The key to success at work is to find enjoyment in what you do. Whatever it is, be it data input, organising an event or baking cakes, that is what will give you true happiness.

So where am I going with this? What does this mean for a business planning tool for entrepreneurs?

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Well, the joy of working for yourself is only one part of running a successful business.

Work will involve doing the stuff that you love, inter-mingled with the necessary, but oh-so-dull stuff that you don’t. Being the boss comes with responsibilities. Being in control of your company’s future means that you really can’t put off forecasting your cash flow, planning for the future and looking for further investment. It is a job that has to be done.

This is where we hope we can help fellow startups. Building a model of your business in Brixx gives you a dynamic picture of your business that can grow alongside it. We hope that our app’s no nonsense language and lack of accounting jargon will help you see your business finances clearly. What’s important to us is that your business plan is meaningful to you, and to do that we’ve given you the reigns.

So even if you’re just toying with an idea, plug it into Brixx and see if it will turn you a profit. If it does, it could be the start of an exciting journey. And hopefully one where you can spend more time doing the things you love.

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