By Matt Newman
Entrepreneurs are in a challenging situation.They have to be good at so many things but are strapped for time.
Most entrepreneurs have limited time, energy, and other resources available to spend on self-development. Yet, at the same time,entrepreneurs are in a position to gain the most from improving their knowledge and skills.
It’s a tough balancing act, and one that must be managed well.
● Ask yourself, “What would most benefit my life or happiness?”
● Then ask yourself, “What would most benefit my business?”
● Other qualities to consider include the ability to deal with stress, confidence, and motivation.
Entrepreneurs are short on time, so they must approach self-development intelligently and efficiently.
Decide what area of self-development will best serve your business or life. Do you mostly want to make more sales or to enhance your health? Is managing your time the best skill for you to learn at this time? Take a look at your situation and allocate your self-development hours appropriately.
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