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“Blue Monday” and 3 Lessons for Entrepreneurs — 19 Comments

  1. I love these tips! I think taking care of our mental health is very important.

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  3. These are really helpful tips! We will be needing these for sure. Thank you for sharing.

  4. I am definitely obsessive about keeping time. I’m never late for things unless there is a really extenuating circumstance. Good thoughts!

  5. In any business, self-care is important for mental health. I’ve been happy to see more people talk about that more, as it’s a good reminder for the rest of us.

  6. These are excellent tips! I am a very timely person and I have taught this to my children!

  7. Love this! I hate being late and I definetly get the Monday blues

  8. Mental health it’s so important. We need to do more to preserve it! We need to start by respecting ourselves and others and their time!

  9. It is hard to believe that his potential clients would even wait that long for the meeting! Mental health is really important and in the past was often ignored, I’m glad people are starting to pay attention to it.

  10. I find this time of year really hard so I totally get blue monday. These are some great lessons as well, definitely something I need to think upon.

  11. I have to admit I really struggle with this time of year so I really get the whole blue monday thing. These lessons are great as well I need to try and take them onboard.

  12. Great read! Always be on time and always make others time more precious than yours.

  13. I agree,even if it’s not a meeting,work,etc. It’s still not okay if you’re wasting somebody’s time. Time is gold, it’s precious,so don’t waste somebody’s time by being late..

  14. I love your points. Mental health is so important,we have to remind ourselves that.

  15. This is such a great read. Protecting your mental health is so important.

  16. I truly love the insight on this. Scheduling something isn’t just about you, it’s about others, it’s about integrity, it’s about decency.

  17. This is a fantastic post. I think the biggest thing to take away from this is that how you treat others matters. That’s true in both your business and personal life. I have seen such highly qualified people ruin their own businesses because of their atitude. At the same time, I’ve seen people who aren’t as good as some others build huge businesses due to their personality.

  18. I so get the Monday blues. This info will help me to get past that and work better.

  19. These are some great lessons. I so agree to always be on time. I hate when people are late!

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