CEO Secrets: ‘The stress of being a boss made my hair fall out’

“I was having to figure out how to respond to change, what my competitors were doing, what my customers needed and what my staff needed. And the way I really responded was just by putting in more and more time, working really long hours – 100-hour weeks for well over a year. I worked a lot harder, but I never really worked a lot smarter.”

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