What’s Your Good Kind of Stretch?

by | Apr 19, 2018 | Powerful Paragraphs | 0 comments

Injuries are no fun. Pushing yourself too hard too quickly without warming up or without having a little experience or guidance leads to injury. The tough part is knowing what’s too much until it’s too late. The wise entrepreneur instead seeks out opportunities to try out ideas and put effort into experiments designed to stretch just enough without taking game ending risks.

What’s the stretch just on the edge of your comfort zone?

Bonus question: At what point do you know when to stop?

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