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Successful, Intuitive and Sensitive Entrepreneurs - Lydia Sophia Wilmsen EPISODE 43, 8th September 2020
How to deal with feelings of loneliness as an entrepreneur
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How to deal with feelings of loneliness as an entrepreneur

In today's episode I speak about the feeling and fear of loneliness as an entrepreneur. Being an employee comes with a whole structure of time, people and workflows. When you start a business, you usually start out alone and you have full responsibility on your shoulders. No boss to report to anymore, no team members to share thoughts, frustrations and hopes with anymore.

I will first explain a bit about loneliness, where it comes from and then go into giving you several tipps on how to deal with this feeling.

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Lydia


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The work that I do is alternative or complementary to standard health care. I am not a licensed medical doctor, psychiatrist or psychologist, so none of my offerings and advice should be construed as a substitute for the advice of a licensed person in these practices.