Why Entrepreneurs Feel Like They Suck: TCA Break Free

This podcast episode starts with Ed asking a startling question with an even more surprising answer. The purpose of the question is to expose a common problem among high achievers. The stark truth is—there’s actually a surprisingly simple solution for this problem. That solution, and some real world examples are covered in this podcast.

Many of us entrepreneurs don’t go a day without feeling inadequate, overwhelmed, frustrated, and confused. Does this sound like you? If so, it could be because you’ve got too much on your plate.

The joy and the curse of being an entrepreneur is having the ability to come up with idea after idea and the passion to go after each one with all your energy. The problem with this is that going after all our great ideas means never realizing the full potential of a single idea or project, which leads to those feelings of being overwhelmed and inadequate.

Tune in to start freeing yourself up!

In this episode, you will…

  • Hear how you can remove excess to reach important goals more quickly
  • Understand how friction-filled professional relationships slow you down
  • Discover how successful you could be if you stopped spreading yourself too thin
  • Learn to eliminate your lowest priorities for the freedom to focus more efficiently
  • Realize we have to fight against the urge to overfill our work plates

Listen to this episode for all the inspiration you need to narrow your focus and start accomplishing faster, today! Tune in!

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02:13 Steven Pressfield

Show Notes:
00:00 – 00:52 Teaser
00:52 – 01:04 Ed O’Keefe Introduction
01:04 – 03:00 Why Entrepreneurs Feel Like They Suck Introduction
03:00 – 04:53 “How often do you feel like you suck?”
04:53 – 09:00 Freedom Process & Being Inspired
09:00 – 12:00 “If money, time, resources, previous obligation were not an issue, what would you eliminate off the list in order to feel better on a daily basis?”
12:00 – 17:33 Removing the Friction
17:33 – 19:08 MarineD3 Sponsor
19:08 – 20:07 Dormant Forces Sponsor
20:07 – 20:42 Ed O’Keefe Show Outro

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