Life gets in the way they say. There’s never enough time.
And to that, I say bullshit.
I’ve been there. When I started taking over my company, I was forced to figure out what business really was.
16 hours a day clawing and scratching.
It left me no time for the things that mattered. It left me with no time for my inputs, as Nicolas Cole would say.
I gained weight. I sat at the computer, the phone, hammering out results.
At the time, it felt needed, but that’s not the way to live life.