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In the business.
I spend most of mine working ON it.
Michael Thornton none. As a business owner, one needs to work on the business (CEO hat) and work in business (COO hat). Service our clients, working in the business is a pleasure.
They're different skills - Working IN your business requires some patience and a little tolerance for boredom. Working ON your business requires creativity. Therefore, they are both good escapes from each other.
It would have to be working ON my business..
Michael Thornton Working on your business.
Hi Michael-definitely ON the business.
Good morning Michael. It depends on the day, but no matter what, both need to be done, so I set my schedule accordingly.
Michael - I think working on my business takes more energy.
Great question Michael. I think the later, "working on your business".
working in - because it involves so much chasing the dog's tail
Sometimes it's one, sometimes the other. The last few weeks it's begun to shift from "in" to "on" again. But I've neglected working "on" my business all summer when we were slammed.
I would say working on the business is the most draining, because there is usually a deadline involved.
I enjoy both. They are both so interrelated it is hard to separate them
I think my answer would be working on my business.