'Fat cats' don't always get the cream. Huge salary packages do not necessarily guarantee a happy and healthy life according to a business report. [BBC News | Business | Economy | World Edition]
Internationally speaking, it "pays" to be in an English speaking country, but bigger pay doesn't mean better lifestyle. We often cater to all leaving our own business relationship with ourself fade. While I don't share too much on this topic outside of consulting sessions, it is very important to have the business work for you, not you work for the business.
If your business is preventing you from enjoying your success, ultimately your business will suffer. Do you often stay late to finish work projects only to wonder why divorce rates soar to 50% and more? Life is meant to be enjoyed, sure earning lots of money makes it more enjoyable, but at what cost. I encourage my executive clients to do three things (1) learn to delegate to experts, (2) respect their time as irreplaceable, and (3) practice cash management that makes it so you don't need the money.
You owe it to your business to practice have a sound self-relationship in respect to your business. If you can't take care of yourself, you'll not be able to take care of a company.
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By Justin Hitt at June 26, 2003 11:07 PM Subscribe in a reader