You’ve probably heard of books like The 4-Hour Work Week and The E-Myth. They teach entrepreneurs how to delegate and liberate themselves from the day-to-day operations of their business so they can do what they’ve always dreamed of doing — sit back and watch the revenues roll in. It’s the great American dream – right?
Here’s something few people talk about … when you get to that point, what do you do with yourself? Sure, you think you’ll travel, you’ll see the world, you’ll take up golf or painting. And that’s all great. But if you’re a work-a-holic who has finally been able to delegate the majority of the day-to-day tasks of your business, there’s a lot of junk that goes on in your head when shifting from “doing” to “being.”By Marnie Pehrson