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Biting Off more than you can Chew

I will be the first one to admit it: I don’t mind biting off more than I can chew. Sounds crazy, right? Before you start thinking I went off the deep end, let me explain.

First and foremost, being busy is like a drug to me. I hate sitting around, doing nothing, when I could be working. No matter if I am writing an article, building a website, or putting together a marketing plan, if I am busy working I usually have a smile on my face.

Just because I enjoy working as much as possible does not mean you are the same. Even if you are like me in this regard, don’t underestimate the importance of regular breaks. You know your body better than anybody else – don’t burn out.

Biting off more than I can chew means I am forced to hunker down and really focus. As you can imagine, this increases my level of performance and allows me to learn at a higher rate of speed.

I know what you are thinking: what if you get in over your head? What if you have a deadline you just can’t meet? Even though I tend to take on a lot of work, I always know where to draw the line.

In my opinion, biting off more than you can chew is one of the best ways to grow your business, learn more as a writer, and of course, increase your income.

When you are up against the clock, it is essential that you stay organized, focus on the task at hand, and complete one job after the next. When all is said and done you can look back and realize that you faced off against a giant responsibility and came out on top.

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