Running a business can be a real creativity-killer. Just ask my friend, who started his own dog grooming company. At first, he was full of ideas for new dog haircuts and innovative ways to keep his four-legged clients entertained. But after a few months of trimming scruffy pooches day in and day out, his creativity went down the drain faster than a doggy treat.
But fear not, my fellow entrepreneurs. There are ways to keep the creative juices flowing in the midst of spreadsheets and sales reports. For example, you could try hosting a brainstorming session with your team, or taking a break to do something completely unrelated to your business, like painting or skydiving. Who knows, maybe your next big business idea will come to you mid-jump. And if all else fails, just remember that there's always a market for novelty dog outfits.