It was Plato who first said that necessity is the mother of invention. He could have been talking about my situation.

In my early days as a financial planner, when I worked with a part-time secretary whose job was to bring order to my chaos, I worked Monday to Friday until 8 or 9, and a half day on Saturday as well. I had little time for my family and even less for myself. I was focused on growing a successful financial planning business and keeping my expanding list of clients on board and happy. Life was frantic, certainly, but I was determined.

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