Monday, 23 May 2011
I've hit another brick wall.
OK I'm not sure I should do this blog!
I've got some kind of virus and have spent the majority of today in Bed.
and it's not good to write stuff when you are feeling down.
But I feel as if I have hit a brick wall ( Again )
I put a post on 30th July 2010 with the same title.
In the last post I talked about reaching another level.
Well it feels like I have done that now but this is bringing it's own
worries and problems.
I am not complaining at all, but this is what the blog is all about
sharing the problems I am encountering as and when they happen.
I can not make pots fast enough at the moment.
Well I could but I don't want to churn out crap!
I have a number of shops asking me to supply them at the moment
and they want to see a structured price list and terms and conditions.
Plus some want more discount than others, and here I am struggling to make enough pots.
At first glance it's easy to say no to some of these shops,
But at the same time it's all about increasing peoples awareness of me.
I never did complete the Rubik's Cube.
I am strong enough to say no to people, but I can't seem to get my head around
all the Terms and conditions stuff. There are not enough hours in the day.
If anyone has some suggestions I would be most greatfull
if you want to email anything to me
I have so many small shows to do over the next few months
I'm feeling the pressure.
Not something I thought I would be saying.
as ever the only way out of this pressure is to tackle one thing at a time
and pot my way out of it.
I hope this wasn't too bad.
But you guys come up with some gems sometimes
and I feel as if I need a bit of Potter input.
at May 23, 2011
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