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Jancee Dunn. Chicken Soup for the Soul: Thanks Dad. Nancy Shulins. Chicken Soup for the Bride's Soul. Instead of offering direct, accessible commentary on the state of the world, as much science fiction does, her work elaborates hyper-specific slivers of speculative ecosystems with singular rules and behaviors.
You can use it for protein or sugar or building materials or sentience. So I think that answers your question. I think what we need to achieve is, like, a purely reflexive auto-firing neuro-flesh carpet that covers every inch of, indeed, reality, and eliminates the need for thought and instead is just a purely memetic, warm kind of process.
People have to suck it up, you know? I just serve as a conduit for the feelings of, really, just the average Jane on the street. Just the average person. So, next question. The central piece of the marshmallowfungusbugponygirlswampwar exhibit is this scrolling battle report of the many girls in this world, Alex.
Each girl is a type of plant girl or animal girl or bug girl or mineral girl, parasite girl, I could go on. And you can quote me on that. Giger made a Nintendo DS and then you had Porpentine programming playing through it. My collaborator is working on some really cool drawings. I certainly view what I make as kind of terraforming. And, I might add, some hard lessons and a few failures along the way.
Sure, there are some people who get into a landscape business because they want to work outdoors, be their own boss, and not have to deal with a lot of people, including employees. Maybe it even makes sense as the first phase your own business. As much as I hate to point this out, you will age! This is physically demanding work, often unforgiving on the body I have the aches and pains to prove it.
How long do you think you can do it all? Landscape design, construction, and management are all services, and there are only so many hours in the day. It bears repeating -- the landscape profession is a service business.
Dealing with clients comes with the territory, so pick up some people skills and put a smile on your face because your paycheck comes from happy clients. So do your referrals!!! Build a good reputation, and you'll attract good clients. This means you have to embrace another business idea - that is building marketing skills so that you attract the kind of people you like and want to work for. Sales is the foundation and cornerstone of any business and vital for starting, maintaining and growing a company. Without sales, you don't have clients, and without clients, you don't have a business.
Pretty simple. Fortunately, there are lots of great books, webinars, and classes available on the art of selling. Find something that appeals to you and how you like to learn and then lean into it. Once you understand sales and the art of influencing people, who knows? You may find you're good at it and like it.