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If you’ve lost your pas­sion, it’s of­ten a sign that you’ve got one or two of the above­men­tioned prob­lems and that you’re over­worked and wor­ried about the busi­ness. By look­ing at your busi­ness ob­jec­tively, you might find so­lu­tions – could you per­haps out­source key func­tions to free your­self up to do what your best at? Speak to some­one, in­stead of liv­ing in your head. I of­ten find that when speak­ing to a client who feels at a loss about what to do about their busi­ness, that I find in­spi­ra­tion in the chal­lenge or that I see op­por­tu­ni­ties that they can’t. Upon dis­cussing th­ese, they be­come ex­cited about their busi­ness again and might even look for­ward to go­ing to work. Mostly, any busi­ness can be brought back on track – you are in con­trol. See things for what they are, aspire to what you want them to be and then take ac­tion.

Only by do­ing that can you change the di­rec­tion of your busi­ness into the fu­ture.

Pavlo Phi­tidis is CEO of Aurik Busi­ness Ac­cel­er­a­tor (

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