What is your ROI?

What if more time to create is more valuable than being busy?

If fewer appointments means you’re killing it?

If a handful of quality contacts is a better value add than a list of unknown names?

If an increase in daily smiles means you’re on fire?

If having fun at work isn’t an exception but your norm?

If more “likes” and more engagements happen offline?

If your stats and monitoring include an emotional, or even a spiritual, component?

If you schedule monthly check-ins not only with your team members but also with friends and family?

Entrepreneurship has become woven with unhealthy beliefs that may not necessarily serve you. Take stock over your definitions of success and have the courage to investigate what kind of ROI you’re wanting to achieve.