Being an entrepreneur is tough.
On one hand, you put yourself in a box where you’re forced to work long, hard hours while your muggle friends spend their weekends on the beach and their evenings “relaxing” watching Netflix.
In fact, one time when I had to work Christmas eve (cuz I took on way too much work) my brother said something like:
“If you work for yourself, why do you have to work tonight?”
Well, my dear Watson, it’s precisely because us entrepreneurs do work for ourselves that sometimes we have to cram at 10pm on Christmas eve.
On the other hand, it’s easy to compare yourself to other entrepreneurs too.
And it’s frustrating because a lot of the people you’ll compare yourself to have been doing it for years (and sometimes even decades) longer than you. And then there’s the others who don’t seem as smart, as good, or as experienced as you… and yet seem to be having more success.
Well I can tell you, after being in this “game” for a bit… and peeking inside lots of people’s businesses…
It’s all a flaming crock of horse doo-doo.
Even people with 7-figure “lifestyle” businesses that seem to have unbridled confidence, still struggle with impostor syndrome. And lots of them work far more then they put on and are far less profitable too.
Yes I believe you can build a lifestyle business that makes you rich without working 80 hour weeks.
But I don’t think you ever truly “make it”.
I don’t believe in that mythical place where you get to relax and your business runs on autopilot and you never again worry about messing up.
In fact, that’s what makes you as an entrepreneur tick.
If you had the ability to be satisfied, you probably would’ve just gotten a “real” job and stayed put.
So since you're here, I say buckle up and enjoy the ride.
Of course, there are ways to minimize late-night insomnia, add a few hours back to your day, and make more money to boot.
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