What “Work” Really Means and The Lie We Tell Ourselves

Most people believe that work is a destination.

That work is someplace you go, to sit your butt in a chair for hours a day, during certain days of the week.

For many years, I believed this for myself and my team.

I believed that I had to drive to work to get work done. So I would get in early and leave late. But this…

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Small Biz Investor, CEO, & helping others improve their performance, profit, & potential w/out sacrificing what’s most important. www.nateanglin.com/newsletter

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Small Biz Investor, CEO, & helping others improve their performance, profit, & potential w/out sacrificing what’s most important. www.nateanglin.com/newsletter

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