RE: Increasing your corporate value (long)

Subject: RE: Increasing your corporate value (long)
From: "Sherry Michaels" <sherry -dot- michaels -at- docntrain -dot- com>
To: "TECHWR-L" <techwr-l -at- lists -dot- techwr-l -dot- com>
Date: Mon, 6 Jun 2005 15:52:46 -0700

Cool topic!

I am just this year taking real time off, after starting my business 7 years
ago. I was very reluctant to go away for longer than 2 business days, and
every time I tried it, what do you know, emergencies did crop up that only I
could handle. I heard that referred to recently as "owner anxiety."

Now, after putting in a ton of time in this state of anxiety, I've finally
gotten to the point where I have to believe that the team I've hired can
handle anything I can, perhaps better. The stress has built up over time
that I really do need to go off and clear my head a little bit.

I believe in making it possible for people to grow. Sometimes that means
getting out of the way and letting them "be the boss." I'd like them to have
a little of my concerns, anyway; they truly appreciate my function more!

This year, I'm actually taking a 5-day work week off. Cross your fingers! :)

Sherry Michaels
Michaels & Associates
11639 E. Wethersfield Rd.
Scottsdale, AZ 85259
480-614-8440 Local
877-614-8440 Toll free
480-614-2775 FAX


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