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I admit it. I've made some mistakes. Oh, sure, I talkabout all of the things that went right and that I didpretty well with my home-based business, and that's true.But I would be doing both of us a disservice if I were toleave you with the impression that all is well in"Home-based Business Land", that I live in a carefreefairytale world of wealth and consumption, and that my billsare all paid and will continue to be. No, it's not likethat at all. And it's only just recently that I identifiedthe problem. It can be summed-up in a single word: denial.My business is centered around software that is dependent ona technology that is slowly going away. I had a nice incomestream (customers pay an annual fee), but as my customersdrifted to new technologies my base of income eroded. Icould see it happening. For years I said "This gravy trainisn't going to last forever!" I chose to ignore it. Why?Denial. Although I wasn't consciously aware of it, I tookthe attitude, "I'll worry about it when it happens."Suddenly the revenue is alarmingly low, and now I have todeal with it. Had I dealt with it sooner, it would havebeen much easier to fix.A friend of mine recently went to New Zealand on a speakingtour. She agreed to pay her own airfare and the organizer('Peter') would pay for hotels and for her speakingappearances, plus she would be able to sell her books andtapes at the seminars. It was not until after she arrivedthat Peter informed her that most of the seminars had beencancelled. After she arrived! He knew that participationwas going to be low. He knew that they might have tocancel. He didn't tell her, though, because he was incomplete denial.Denial is what we do when we just can't face the truth. Itis very real, but it does nothing to fix the problem. DidPeter's denial of the failure of his seminars changeanything? Did my denial of eroding revenue change anything?YES! In both cases it made a bad situation worse.Two things happen when you are in denial. First, you havemore anxiety because you haven't examined the situationenough to know how bad it really is. No matter how bad itis, it's easier to deal with if you know where you stand.Second, there's a pretty good chance that delaying thesolution will make the problem worse, maybe even completelyunsolvable. By denying the problem, you may be passing up agolden opportunity to fix it. Easily.Do you have a situation that is too scary to deal with?Deal with it anyway.Do you have a situation that is too embarrassing to face?Face it anyway.Deal with it. Face it. Get it over with. You can't makeit worse; you'll only make it better. You'll feel bettertoo.