One of the prime attributes of any successful entrepreneur is a sense of restlessness. We always want to be engaged; planning, implementing and improvising to achieve our goals. This is extremely important when we are in startup; like a prizefighter we counter-punch, side-step, and plot for an opportunity to deliver a knockout blow. This restlessness keeps us motivated. But what happens when our venture becomes successful? How do we keep this sense of restlessness from undoing the good work it helped to create? How do we keep ourselves from constantly gazing over the next hill looking for more exciting challenges in the next opportunity?