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Are you the problem? 

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You may have had the original idea for the business. You may have had to bulldoze mountains to get it going. You may have spent years putting in 15-hour days, sweating your assets, whipping your staff, fibbing to creditors and cajoling suppliers to get it off the ground. Everything you see around you may be the direct result of your efforts, energy, talent and vision. Your health and personal life may lie in tatters as a result of your labours.

But the truth is that if ever your business is going to succeed, really succeed, beyond the chugging mediocrity of most small companies, it can only be without you. All entrepreneurs should read this article. Quietly. Now. Click here.

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