Small Jobs. Small Careers. Small Enterprises.

The owner of the company I work for for 9-5 said that he was happy keeping his business small.


As the business grew, the headaches started.


I think we are obsessed with growth and the size of business, incomes, salaries, net worth, etc.


While it is important for local, national, and global economies to grow – growth at all costs, is not the goal. You want to design and result in a happy and reasonably designed society.


How does this apply to you?


At your job, career, or business, you don’t always need the promotion, salary raise, or additional client. It may end up driving you crazy.


From what I am learning, smallness can be an attribute.


Big can grow into clunky and awkward.


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