Entrepreneur Solution for Burn Out and Drain Out

2 Alarming Traps Great Entrepreneurs Fall Victim To

What I love about great entrepreneur"entrepreneur burned out"s is that they usually don’t struggle with laziness or not doing.  In fact it’s quite the opposite most of the time and why entrepreneurs get so much done.  However, there’s a dark side of this “go-getter” mentality that we don’t talk about often enough.  In today’s post I’ll share exactly what these 2 traps, the solution, and a story of how I have fallen into these traps myself. If you enjoy the post and video, leave a comment at the bottom of this post.

What Stops Entrepreneurs

Can you relate with this video and the 2 Traps even the best entrepreneurs fall into? Leave a comment below to let us know, don’t worry you are in a place of other home business entrepreneurs on the same journey as yourself.

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Ron Gelok

I'm a full time home based business entrepreneur. I love to meet cool people, God, Love to skateboard, go fishing, and water sports. Traveling is what I'm into and loving life. I'm here to empower ordinary people to do extraordinary things. The entrepreneurial gene runs deep inside me. I believe in abundance and taking control of my life and future.

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  • Chuck Holmes

    May 27, 2015

    I think burnout is quite normal if you are “all in” and working hard, especially since it takes such a long time to build up a large income in network marketing. Many folks don’t have the patience or commitment to stick with it. What’s even more frustrating at times is when you are the only one doing all the work and no one on your team is really committed. Just my two cents. Nice post here.

    Chuck

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