How to Take a Step Back From Your Work and Stay Focused at the Same Time

If you're too busy or distracted by too many problems, you can't harness your full potential.
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In this episode, Entrepreneur Network partner Business Rockstars sits down with Deepak Chopra, an alternative medical specialist who advocates for entrepreneurs and businesspeople to improve their focus by taking a step back from their work. This might seem counterintuitive, but overburdening your mind can prevent it from finding creative solutions to a problem, which is why it's sometimes important to rely on something deeper than just the mind. Instead, Chopra says an entrepreneur must rely on his or her consciousness to optimize a business.

What exactly does that mean? Watch the video to learn more.

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