Work addiction is real. I know as I am a recovering workaholic myself.

I know as I am a recovering workaholic myself.

I used to work day and night.

I didn’t feel worthy enough and was trying to regain power by working hard to prove my worthiness.


It didn’t help.

This happens to many.

Some try to fill a void.

Whether inside of them brought on by the past.

Or whether it is their actual current situation.

Not feeling happy outside of work, not having the relationship they want, or being without true friends.

It doesn’t change that.

At all.

Working can’t replace a void.

Working hard doesn’t make you worthy.

Working hard also doesn’t mean that you grow your business automatically.

All it does is drain you out.

It’s not necessary to work hard to be successful. Your definition of success.

You can work less and get more.

Today is the last day of my Get Sh*t Done Bootcamp. The insights people have gotten from this are blowing my mind.

It’s not too late to join. You can ‘batch’ the first two sessions and win back time. All you have to do is click here.


Watch a short video (35 sec) here to get an impression.

Yes, win back time

Be the CEO of your life, work less, get more,


Yvonne Dam

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