There are two ways to learn something You learn it. OR you unlearn and then learn. As you’d have worked out, the second way is a lot harder. To learn means to have little or no fear To unlearn means to erase the fear, and then put in confidence. This requires twice the effort and […]
How To Deal With Business Overwhelm—Psychotactics
As a small business owner, you are going to feel overwhelmed at some point in your business. You have so much to do. You have to keep up with ever-changing technology and at the same time, upgrade your skill. You are constantly running out of time and energy. The fear of failure sets in, and then you enter the downward overwhelm spiral.
Is there a way to deal with business overwhelm?
In this section, we look at the different elements of overwhelm and how doing simple tasks can help you beat the curse.
You will learn about:
- How to deal with business overwhelm
- How to beat fear when you're self-employed
- How your small business can overwhelm you (and how to get out of the trap)
- How to conquer your fear of starting a business (The Overwhelm Curse)
- How to get unstuck when you are paralysed with fear.
Look at the list of articles below, pick the one that gets your attention and start reading. I would recommend you start with—Three Ways To Deal With Overwhelm.
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