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Oh, got it. It wasn’t clear from your question what you meant.
As an employee, I always had a team around me. That was great from a social and work perspective.
There was always someone to talk with. And when tasks came up that I didn’t immediately have the skills to do, there was always someone else who could help out and I could do the same for them.
And as a manager, I had a PA who kept me organised and in the right place at the right time.
When I set up my own business, I had to organise myself. And I had to learn how to find out all the answers for myself … and then do the work. I had to set up my own schedule of work, instead of relying on my boss or my team to decide what we were working on.
And I had to find different ways of finding people to interact with.
Nothing earth shattering. Just a different way of working.