It’s NOT for wusses.
There’s one thing I know…no matter how many years you’re in business, no matter how good you are at being the boss, no matter if things are going well or not so well, eventually it happens to every business owner. And often at highly inappropriate times.
There will be tears.
Tears of disappointment, tears of frustration, tears of desperation, and even tears of sheer gratitude.
And it’s particularly annoying when the crying crops up at the worst possible times. When you’re with a customer, training a new employee, standing on stage. Times when you’re supposed to have your sh*t together.
“Entrepreneurship is a personal growth engine disguised as a business pursuit.” – James Clear
There’s nothing like owning a business to bring up all your own stuff – the between the ears stuff. Even when you didn’t think you had any particular stuff.
And the tears can make you feel like a total loser.
Even though you’re not.
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Mentioned in this episode:
- Crazy Lady on the Cruiser Bike podcast
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