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It may not have seemed obvious at first, but entrepreneurship is not always as glamorous as it is made out to be.
It can be painfully challenging. More so than even a terrible job, with a terrible boss, and a terrible work environment.
Entrepreneurship can be cruel and heartless, and cripple even the most confident and ambitious people to a shell of what they once were.
One of the hardest things about it all? How lonely it can seem when you’re in this dark, uncomfortable place.
I know what this is like, because there have been times when I have felt this way myself. I know how it feels when you are no longer enjoying your business. In fact, I think most entrepreneurs – even those that achieve massive levels of success, despise their companies at one point or another.
And you know what? That’s okay.
What’s not okay however, is remaining in a state of misery forever.
You started your company for a reason, and it takes a certain type of person to make that sort of jump. In this article, I want to give you permission to feel these negative emotions. Then, I want to help you lay out a road map to help you develop the best course of action heading forward.