As business leaders, we’ve been programmed to think that we have to be chained to our desks and phones, always in meetings, and always ready to drop everything to fix a problem at work. And, of course, we’ve also been conditioned to think there is simply no time for a vacation.
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As a business leader, there’s really only one thing that is certain: you will face problems. What isn’t certain is how well you’ll do at identifying the problems and then correcting them.
High achievers have a bad habit of working too much and all of that extra time comes with a very real cost and, unfortunately, sometimes we don’t notice that cost until it’s too late.
As a business owner, you are always the ceiling on how successful your business can be. The only way your business can grow is for you to grow. But, there’s a problem: As your company grows and becomes more successful, you’ll be more insulated from candid feedback.
Full Focus recently surveyed more than 200 high achievers across 10 key productivity categories to find out how they’re getting things done. What we learned is that the pandemic accelerated a number of trends related to flexible work hours, remote work, and so much more.