Feeling Maxed out? Productivity Advice for People who Want to do it all

By Jesse Lipson, an EO Raleigh Durham member and Forbes contributor

I recently had a startling realization: in a single day, the 375 or so people in my organization put in more work hours than I do in an entire year.

It’s an odd place to be for an entrepreneur who is used to the idea that if I want the business to perform better, all I have to do is find a way to work more late nights or weekends. But once you get a business off the ground, at some point you find your role has changed: You’re not a doer, you’re a leader. And that’s a very different job than the entrepreneurial one that probably got you where you are.

Continue reading how to better invest your time and energy to drive the productivity of your company.


Categories: Best Practices LEADERSHIP Productivity


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