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A flexible business

means you can absorb

the unexpected,

without stress

by Adina Levy


On Monday morning, I began my day feeling absolutely thrilled about having my first real workday of the year, and since having my baby. I had dropped both kids off at childcare and grandparent care and set off towards coffee.
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Pop!
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Clunk!
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A giant wingnut had lodged itself into my back tyre, causing it to steadily lose air. Fortunately, I managed to pull into a decent parking spot (right near a lovely cafe), and I called for roadside assistance.
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I stayed calm, grateful, caffeinated, and somewhat amused at how my day was being completely derailed.
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I quickly realised that none of the tasks on my to-do list (which I was super excited to tackle) were going to happen. I recalibrated my expectations.
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I happened to be making sales all day in my other business,Β Play. Learn. Chat.Β which helped me feel pretty great while dealing with a day full of tyre repairs and replacements and waiting.
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The message here?Β I’ve spent years building my business to be flexible, separating time from money. And it paid off massively.

My flexible business continued gaining momentum, even while I was unable to focus on work all day.
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​Many neurodivergent business owners tell me they get exhausted by the daily demands of their current business structure.Β It doesn’t have to be that way.
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You can shift towards a more flexible business model, where money isn’t solely tied to time.
Where your calendar isn’t filled with non-negotiable appointments and urgent tasks.
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​You can earn money even while waiting for roadside assistance, on holidays, when you or your kids are sick, or even just when you don’t feel like working.


Here’s how I can help you develop your business into a more flexible one: