I bought in to this whole notion about work life balance. I think like a lot of other people which is you know you want it all. And what I’ve realized is that I don’t think that’s actually the case. You can have it all but you just can’t have it at the same time. And what I found out is that you know there’s going to be ebbs and flows. So at certain points in your life your personal life is going to be very very important to you so you put that on the front burner at certain points your business life is going to be really important you’re closing a major deal you’re doing something game changing. And then that becomes the priority and focus for that kind of period of time. And you know if you want to win there price to be paid for it and there’s just no way around that you know when you look at the true champions the people who actually won it like Michael Jordan who’s won it multiple times at the highest levels. He paid the price for that. Right. He practices every day he works his butt off to get to that level and it’s no different than what we do in sales right. If you want to win you’re going to have to put the time and the effort into it. And I think it’s every one individual decision whether they decide it’s worth it or not. But winning costs.
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