Amy Rees Anderson: The entrepreneur's addiction and taking on massive projects
So, I am working each day to be careful to control this addiction. Like all addictions, I have been amazed at how hard it can be to control. But they say the first step is to admit there is a problem, which I now do very openly. (What better platform than Forbes.com?) I am still working on figuring out the second step, but I will definitely let you know when I get there. I just hope that by being open about this struggle in my own life, others out there will gain insights that will help them, so at least some good can come out of my going through this.
The bottom line is there are only 24 hours in a day and that is an unchangeable fact. (The sick part is I totally would change that if I could to allow for more time to get even more done. I really do have a problem, don’t I?).
Before I do anything, I should probably go ahead and check myself into a rehab center for people who work too much — somewhere with a nice beach where the sun is shining and they bring you little virgin drinks with the cute umbrellas in them. Oh, and one that has a spa on-site! Now we are talking! I believe I’ve just discovered step two of my recovery!
Have a balanced and prioritized day!
Amy Rees Anderson is the Founder and Managing Partner of REES Capital, a Mentoring and Angel Investing Firm. Contact her at firstname.lastname@example.org or follow her daily blog at www.amyreesanderson.com/blog
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