All CEOs, chairmans and entrepreneurs should read this great article.

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« If you saw the list of names, it would surprise you a great deal, » says Feld. « They are very successful people, very visible, very charismatic–yet they’ve struggled with this silently. There’s a sense that they can’t talk about it, that it’s a weakness or a shame or something. They feel like they’re hiding, which makes the whole thing worse. »


« It’s like a man riding a lion. People think, ‘This guy’s brave.’ And he’s thinking, ‘How the hell did I get on a lion, and how do I keep from getting eaten? »



« Build a life centered on the belief that self-worth is not the same as net worth, » says Freeman. « Other dimensions of your life should be part of your identity. » Whether you’re raising a family, sitting on the board of a local charity, building model rockets in the backyard, or going swing dancing on weekends, it’s important to feel successful in areas unrelated to work.

Source : The Psychological Price of Entrepreneurship |

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