It’s easy to think of our lives as being separated into compartments. We might act like totally different people depending on whether we are at work, with our families, or with our friends.
Different scenarios do call for different behavior. But it is a mistake to think that how we act in one setting has no impact on who we are in another.
We can easily bring our work stress home. And if we go through a deeply painful or meaningful personal situation, that experience can dramatically impact other areas, including our professional lives.
This is exactly what happened to Michael Nova, whose music career led to the founding of multiple businesses including his primary business today, Nova Custom Label Printing. There are several lessons any entrepreneur — and really any person — can learn from his triumph over adversity.





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Written by GrowMap
124 days ago

Thanks for sharing my post, Martin. I hope people are as impressed with what Nick and Michael have overcome as I am.



Written by lyceum
124 days ago

Gail: You are welcome!



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