Work On Your Business, Not In Your Business
David Cusimano shares how he worked through the stages of hearing and actually doing a key piece of advice for business owners.
If you’re like most business owners who often search for opportunities and business advice at odd hours of the night, you’ve probably come across the advice that you should spend more time “working on your business, not in your business.”
Hearing this advice, accepting it and actually living it are three distinct stages.
I hope my story of working through these stages can assist others in their quests to create scalable businesses they will one day be able to sell and, in turn, create a legacy for their families.
Within a few months of starting my first business (a flight training business), I was regularly working six to seven days per week and often ten to twelve hours per day.