Andrew’s Blog: Master Your Self-doubt

Workaholics who overextend themselves cover up a multitude of doubts, concerns and fears.

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Andrew’s Blog: Emotionally Unavailable

Working at pace and keeping ourselves busy enables us to ignore feelings and the feeling of others.

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Andrew’s Blog: Lighten Up!

Focused professionals take their business seriously, sometimes too seriously and become overwhelmed, spread themselves too thinly and unknowingly drop their quality.

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Andrew’s Blog: Be Careful What You Wish For

When all we have wanted is not enough, we are in big trouble. It drives us to take on too much and puts us into a state of panic.

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Andrew’s Blog: There is No Second Act

It is difficult to remind ourselves that we are finite creatures.

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Andrew’s Blog: It’s a Paradox

Hyper-achievers need to be the fastest, craziest, most talented. The ultimate winner. I've no doubt it starts at a young age.

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Andrew’s Blog: Reconnect With Your Craft

Many busy executives hate their work. They begrudge turning up every day to create results for others. It works at first, but after a while, it takes its toll and can lead to burnout.

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Andrew’s Blog: Don’t Create the Same Trap

Many business owners set up for themselves because they are sick of working for people who don’t care about humanity, families and who take advantage of their power.

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Andrew’s Blog: You’ll Be By Yourself

Too much speed at work is a result of addiction and the desire for instant gratification. Working at pace masks our ignorance of what is actually taking place.

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Andrew’s Blog: Fail Fast, Learn Quick

Hyper-achievers are addicted to success. They are focused on the next promotion, winning a big deal or being the business leader of the year.

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