For some, the idea of becoming the CEO is nightmarish. It’s a stressful position that takes up the vast majority of your time and computing power, yet for some, the idea of leading the ship and pulling the company together under their management is the only way to truly achieve a successful career.
It’s not going to be easy; according to a 2018 report by FastCompany, CEOs work an average of 62.5 hours per week and attend a staggering 37 meetings in that time. Which leads us perfectly into our first lesson:
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