Do You Run Your Business or Does Your Business Run You?

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Have you ever felt like your business runs you, rather than you running your business?

You’re not alone – many people start their business with boundless optimism and energy. However after a few years and they find themselves working long hours, fighting fires, dealing with difficult staff and seemingly endless regulation to meet all the demands their business puts on them.

At some point they realise that they’re no longer calling the shots, their business has become a monster – demanding all of their time and energy.

It’s possible to avoid this situation entirely, or turn it around if you’re already there, simply by developing a few simple habits.

Identify your priorities each week and complete them first

One of the biggest sources of stress for business owners is when they’re pulled back and forth by

Plan your calendar in advance – block out time for priority tasks

 

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