The following was written by Blake Lawson:

Owning a business is both a demanding task and taxing endeavor. It doesn’t matter if you’re a one-person show or a C-Suite executive: stress levels can become overwhelming and debilitating. During my first two years of running a startup, there were times I felt like burying my head in the sand and second guessing my judgment in taking on this endeavor. But at the end of the day, I’m happy I stuck with it as the rewards far outweigh the efforts.

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As I approach year five of running my business, I’m recognizing that in the early stages of development I put far too much effort into my decision-making process. I would frequently turn myself into a nervous wreck by worrying about all the outcomes of a decision I’d already made. More often than not, I would use up all my energy pinpointing the hazardous potentials of a decision rather than preparing myself with any


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Source: Black Enterprise » Small Business