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As an entrepreneur, you are constantly "on". Not only do you have your hands full with the day to day operations of your
While the secret is having an understanding that these two worlds can't operate independently, the solution is having the tools to manage each. Here's how.
Usually it takes two to tango; sometimes we dance alone, but we are always solely responsible for our steps. Most of our relationships involve multiple people. Although there are those exceptional relationships that are solitary - we have relationships with our environment, with nature, and most importantly with ourselves.
My family and I just spent the better part of a week with a huge group of friends - couples, families, and single folk. It was wonderful, and it provided a great many opportunities for relationship insights. The nicest insight was regarding our friend, Chris.
When we involve ourselves in this dopamine loop, it becomes harder and harder to stop looking for feedback through social media, texting, and even email. While in the moment we gain instant gratification, this addiction to "likes" can cut back on our productivity and overall enjoyment of life.
SMALL STEP: Ask for--and give--support. Rather than give up the next time you get frustrated, ask for help. Approach one
4. Don't tough it out. You're not "stronger" if you don't address your feelings of loneliness. When you try to ignore feelings
While tragedies happen every day, events like the Orlando shooting are acutely frightening. Terrorism rattles our sense of security and orderliness. It unsettles us all the more because we can't distinguish ourselves from those affected: they were simply going about their daily lives.
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