The title is the question.
What would I do with my time if I did sell the business?
Oh let me count the ways I would use my time....
Harder than I thought to answer that.
Yes, as I mentioned in the last post, I would get to writing, but that wouldn't be all.
I would be doing more research connected to the writing, even get some road trips planned and executed. Things connected to Albert Johnson (aka The Mad Trapper of Rat River), a buried steam locomotive, an ancient dugout canoe, Viking travel through Manitoba, and a number of other areas of research I have interest in.
I think I could well be kept very busy by those pursuits if I was unshackled from my business.
How to make a living would be another matter all together, though.
I'd likely need to have a book contract in place, something that would have an advance, to support me in groceries and other "life expenses" while I do my thing in creating a book...
A reality TV contract, perhaps?
The problem with most reality TV contracts is the first season is pretty slim when it comes to real money.
I am sure I will find enough to do with my time....IF the business were to sell....but until then I need to sell, sell, sell.
So, ready, set, SHOP!