Day 82

So next week I have an important decision to make.

Do I do another Augmented Reality app for the guys in Amsterdam or do I start for the kids game company.

On one hand I did the current project for like one third of the price and the coming projects will be full price so I can finally make so quick cash. The project is way easier than the one I’m working on for them right now. And I can earn around € 4.000 on it in about two weeks.

There are some cons as well.. The way they work is totally not how I operate. They will not communicate anything and just tell you stuff like 5 minutes in advance.

For example: At 8:55 -> We have a really important meeting and we need to demo what we have at 9!! (Takes about 10 minutes to even make a build of the project because its just slow… and my laptop is a bit older so that doesn’t work in my favor.)

I think I should state my list of demands on how I work and they can either accept it or not.

  • I work remotely
  • This is when I deliver builds
  • All the resources have to be delivered before I start
  • Sudden changes in the project costs extra time aka extra money (which is actually normal)
  • I won’t start until other projects have been paid and the 50% installment has been paid.

Pretty basic stuff actually.

Or I start working with the kids game company starting the 22nd of January… Is for two days a week but I haven’t gotten a message back that it will actually go through although I think it will.

I’ll let you know what I’ll do!

Daily balance:

Expected expenses today:

Expenses yesterday:
€ 18,30 (night out with the boys)
€ 0,00

Expected income today:
€ 0,00

Income yesterday:
€ 0,00

€ 3,46

Current balance personal account:
€ 2,80

Current balance business account:
€ 95,41 – € 18,30 = € 77,11

€ 117,07

– IRS: € 46.534,16
– Business: € 21.999,26
– Personal: € 8.163,66

Total Debt:
€ 76.686,48

Balance day 82:
– € 76.604,71

€ 6.545


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