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The Solopreneur Burnout Myth

The Solopreneur Burnout Myth

A human body can only do things in a specific amount of time and you can run out of motivation if you do everything in your business.

Life will get to you, Government will chase you about your tax, Your son or spouse might need you at some point and your Business can get sick too.

When all of these elements attack you at the same time, and you need to answer a call from a client?

We both know that it's a disaster.

So use your time wisely and free some of it whenever you can.


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