Handling stress in business has to be a number one priority if we are to continue to enjoy what we do and stay healthy.
One of the things I love about what I do is when I see the stress drain away from my clients’ persona when they realise they don’t have to do it all by themselves.
Let’s face it, running a business can be stressful, especially running a small business. By small I mean a business with limited resources. When we have limited resources getting things done means doing it yourself and it is no surprise we get stressed. Stressed to a point where we cease to be effective, lose sight of why we got into business in the first place and we stop having fun.
I love Brendan Burchard’s angle on How to Deal with Stress – think you will too.
Whilst I’ve included links to some great tips for managing stress I would suggest we start by accepting the need to share the workload, focusing our own efforts to the parts of the business we really enjoy and where we can make the most difference. Let someone else share the responsibility for keeping you from doing too much and ‘sweating the small stuff’.
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