Strug­gling with bound­aries

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5Fail­ing to recog­nise the dif­fer­ence be­tween a con­cern and a re­spon­si­bil­ity will cause many en­trepreneurs to be­come burnt out and frus­trated.

When bound­aries are not in place, the world sits on your shoul­ders.

Re­move the men­tal road­blocks by fo­cus­ing on and fix­ing what is your re­spon­si­bil­ity, and leave the con­cerns to the peo­ple who are re­spon­si­ble for them. Free your mind and your busi­ness by putting firm bound­aries in place.

Work­ing on these five habits will help trans­form your com­pany. Though mas­tery will not hap­pen overnight, you can make mas­sive im­prove­ments with a lit­tle bit of fo­cus. If you recog­nise that a spe­cific habit is the big­gest cul­prit, use the bulk of your en­ergy to fix it.

When you change your habits, you change your busi­ness and change your life.

– En­trepreneur.com

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