Your Business Goals Should Follow Your Life, Not the Other Way Around
Unexpected Lessons from Unintentionally Starting a Business
Chelsea Fagan

Chelsea, I love this point the most. I’m personally not a business owner but I’ve worked directly with bosses. A lot of the business owners I’ve worked with tend to lose vision of the initial goal of starting the business in the first place.

Often times, their business succeeded because they centred their business around their own lives. That means not allowing their business goals to define how their lives are but define their business goals based on the life they want.

Unfortunately, as their businesses scale, they feel the need to sacrifice part or even most of their lives. Thank you for educating millennials and young people about money, a topic never taught in school.

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