A couple weeks ago I was approached by a sales team from a large company about adding a potentially profitable, tech-related service to what Black Hills Web Works is already doing.
There is a definite need for the service I’m referring to. Having additional “revenue streams” is an attractive idea. But in the end I turned it down (for the time being, anyway) because of time, which is only available in limited quantity, at least for me. I decided that Black Hills Web Works is still deserving of and needing as much time as I can give it, and to take on another business opportunity at this point would not be wise.
Now that the dust has settled and I can focus again on what I need to be focusing on, I can’t help but feel that I passed some sort of test – the sort of test known really well by “bootstrappers” and entrepreneurs.