Thomas Thejlade

Thomas Thejlade

Work related anxiety and stress

ArticlesPosted by Thomas Thejlade 2016-09-10 13:46

Most of us has been there. Coming home from a long day at work. Feel the pressure in our chest. Feeling annoyed and easy to fire up.

When you start your own company, a lot of challenges which you are not used to, come to the surface. Just get use to it and look at it as a business. We all worry if we have income enough for next month bills, when we start a company. Of course you lucky ones that have a strong investor are not worried. But not all of us are so fortunate to have a strong investor, or dont want one, so we work it off.

I have been an advisor for many years (15+), for small and medium sized start-ups. Some with strong investors, some with none.

What I have learned, is that outsourcing is the key. In the beginning, of course, you do everything yourself. But when orders are coming, you cannot. It is impossible. Very often the client are buying "YOU" not the actual product. As it is you who is out there, selling.

I admit that I had have many ups and downs. Many periods of anxiety, could not sleep and so forth. What I did to avoid all this was outsourcing and a strong circle of trust worthy people to ask and get advice from.

We have now basically outsourced everything we can. Bookkeeping, Development, transportion, storage etc.

We have projects from some of the largest IT companies in Denmark and the UK.

It made my sleepless night, sleepy. So now I sleep. Stress and other side effects of not having full control has disappeared and now I can concentrate what is important and bring profits.

I work for APiD.ONE, whom specializes in outsourcing. It has helped me a lot. I am a partner in the company.

You can have a free consultation and advisory on Skype: thomthej or call me on +45 42 83 50 55. And we talk and find a solution. Please feel free to visit, to view companies we are dealing with and how.

Kind regards and I wish you a nice day.

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