Have you ever felt like you’ve been burning the candle on both ends? Like you’re in need of a long vacation. In this post we get deep on why you shouldn’t do that too often and how to keep it balanced. Lets go…
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Being an entrepreneur can be very time-consuming, rewarding and sometimes very stressful. Usually it’s long hours without any pay which later it turns into a-lot of pay with shorter hours if done correctly. Because of that a-lot of times we sometimes skip meals, miss out on sleep and ignore our bodies cry for help.
But we must remember, we can have all the money and success in the world but I really don’t mean anything without our health. You see it or hear about it all the time, people with of millions or billions of dollars, willing to spend it all to regain their health.
Why entrepreneurs shouldn’t burn themselves out
That’s why it’s important to take time for rest and repair. Apple is one of the most successful companies in the world. Last year they announce that it’s one of the first trillion dollar companies ever in history.
Now let that sink in. Trillion Dollar Company! That’s a great accomplishment but the man that made apple what it is today (Steve jobs) is not here to see it because he forgot about maintaining his health.
So please, make sure when you’re going after your dreams and goals you take time to give attention to your health. Like what you eat, your rest, exercise and quiet time to clear your mind is just as important, if not more important than hitting your goals.
At the end of the day Health is Wealth and the better your health is the better you will perform as an entrepreneur. This is why Beginner entrepreneurs shouldn’t burn themselves out.
Now go out then make it happen but don’t forget to take time for Rest and repair. Wishing you all the best. Your friend, The Frivilo Entrepreneur