Monday, December 21, 2009

Hazards of being an entrepreneur

Apart from the obvious risk of losing all your money, the only occupational hazard of being an entrepreneur is running the chance of getting so immersed in your work that you forget to enjoy life (which in turn leads to lack of enjoyment at work).

It is inevitable, but surmountable. I just came out of an 18 month long funk which gradually, yet completely, occupied my life leaving me thinking about only work and more work. However, I am back you people, so let's start with a German joke I heard at a party on Saturday:

Q. Why did the chicken cross the road?
A. To die. In the snow.



At 10:32 AM, Blogger GettingThereNow said...

If this is the kind of jokes you people enjoy when you are partying, what DO you talk about when you are depressed? :P

Good to have you back!

At 9:25 PM, Blogger R.Nandakumar said...

nice to see dog journals back. look forward to much more.

At 1:47 AM, Anonymous Gina said...

C, the joke's that the joke's not a joke by itself (try deciphering that!) but a kind of a harmless humourous jab at the super-efficient and no-nonsense Germans. Another example:

A man walks into a pub.
He is an alcoholic whose drink problem is destroying his family.


Why is there no aspirin in the jungle?
Because it would not be financially viable to attempt to sell pharmaceuticals in the largely unpopulated rainforest.

At 8:17 PM, Blogger Meghana said...

Hey... interesting blog there. Looking forward to some good reading.


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