Of course the emphasis here has to go on the word ‘healthy’.

It is good to worry a bit, to foresee potential problems and take action to avoid them. It is not good to worry excessively. I learnt this the hard way in the early days of my first business (a friend used to refer to my ‘purple people eaters’ – the imaginary disasters I could see looming from the tiniest mistake).

It is not good to worry about things you have already done, or failed to do. You can’t turn back the clock. Worrying about something you said that you now regret won’t take it back. But a commitment to apologise or make an offer to make up for it… that’s something you can do tomorrow.

So here’s my worrying tips for wealthy entrepreneurs:...





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Written by HeatherStone
4050 days ago

Hi Laura,

Yes, unfortunately, whether healthy or not, worry is a natural part of every business owner's life. Without it, problems come upon us without warning and new opportunities (or needs for change) are simply not seized upon. There is a price to pay for complacency, so good entrepreneurs are really never comfortable.



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