March 17, 2016

JCS 061: Overcoming Entrepreneurial Burnout with Chris Ducker

JCS 061: Overcoming Entrepreneurial Burnout with Chris Ducker

If you are an entrepreneur you know how hard and stressful it can be to run your own business. In this episode John talks with Chris Ducker, a serial entrepreneur who experienced burnout twice.

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Overcoming Entrepreneurial Burnout with Chris Ducker

In this episode I talk with Chris Ducker, a serial entrepreneur, author, business owner, keynote speaker, and founder of Youpreneur.

If you are a business owner or an online entrepreneur you know doubt have experienced burnout. If you haven't yet, you will.

Stress is a major cause of physical problems that can not only ruin your business, but it can send you to the hospital. That's exactly what happened with Chris.

Chris goes deep and is not afraid to tell everyone his personal bouts with stress and burnout.

Chris owns a large company in the Philippines with over 400 employees, he is a highly sought after keynote speaker, an author, a podcaster with a very large following, the host of Tropical Think Tank and the founder of Youpreneur mastermind group.

Chris is one busy and successful entrepreneur.

Chris is all about working hard and smart, but he also knows his limits. He learned the hard way.

Now Chris Ducker talks about how his lesson of not taking care of himself led him to the hospital, and how you can prevent that from happening to you.

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