This year I celebrate the twenty-fifth anniversary of coaching my first business start-up client.
As I look back on the development of my business, Bizstarters, one life lesson I have particularly benefited from is my realization that “you may work by yourself, but you don’t need to work all alone”.
When I was planning my first business I found the idea of running my company as the sole employee very appealing.
But unfortunately I took this to the extreme. I mistakenly let myself believe that I had to complete every decision, task and project my company needed to keep growing. And I started to get very tired.
Over the years I have learned additional lessons about the wisdom of working with others to grow your company.
Recently, I was pleased to share five of my lessons on why NOT TO WORK ALONE with the readers at forbes.com.
Let me share the article with you.
<a href="http://www.forbes.com/sites/hankgilman/2016/02/07/five-reasons-why-you-shouldnt-work-alone/#4b1e29685cdb">Forbes.com: 5 Reasons You Shouldn't Work Alone</a>