Small business owners and company presidents have a lot in common – starting with how busy they can be. Overseeing everything has benefits, but it also has major drawbacks, especially when it comes to work-life balance.
You should be able to work to live, not live to work, no matter how much you love your business or your career. If you’ve spent your whole winter break at the office, it’s time for a change.
At Business Coaches Sydney, we work with a lot of clients who are stuck working 7 days a week, who are constantly on call and who have the last word on every business decision. Those clients are often not only struggling to keep both their businesses and their personal lives afloat but also completely burned out. The business or career they’ve been passionately building for years has taken over their entire lives and, all too often, they can’t even take a holiday without being on call or closing up the shop.
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