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.