In my opinion, the best way to figure out what you need in your life is to stop and ask yourself some hard questions.
I have a confession to make. I recently read a book called “The 4-Hour Workweek.” It is the best book ever written about how to get a job done. I’m paraphrasing, but the gist of it is that if you work 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, you can get the heck out of the house.
The short version of the book is that it was written by Steve Blank (creator of the Lean Startup methodology and the Lean Startup Program at Stanford University, author of the Lean Agile Manifesto and Lean Startup Academy, and many other authors) and it gives great advice for how to make the most of your time and money so that you can work on your business and the business of your business, rather than your personal life.
If you are like most successful entrepreneurs, you have a business. Many times it’s a small business that you run on your own. But you also have your personal business. You have your blog, you have your website, you have your social media profiles, you have your email marketing, you have all the other things that you do that is your job. And you still want to have a business that you can give a lot of value to.
I’m talking about the business idea itself. Entrepreneurs don’t tend to focus on the logistics of their business, they focus on the idea of the business itself. In a way you’re like an entrepreneur, except you don’t have the technology. You don’t have an email list, you don’t have a website, you don’t have every one of the other things that everyone else has.
Entrepreneurs tend to focus on the “how” of their business, not on the “why.” But the idea is important. A lot of entrepreneurs are extremely focused on the idea of their business, but they forget that their idea is what makes their business unique. So while they are focused on the idea of their business, they forget that the reason why they started the business was because they had an idea.
The problem is when entrepreneurs focus on the idea of their business, they forget that the reason why they started is because of their idea. And when they focus on the idea of their business, they forget that the reason why they started is because they had a great idea. They lose touch with the why.
The reason why they started is because the reason they started was because they had an idea. They haven’t had a great idea yet, but they’ve decided to focus on the reason why they started.
The reality is that entrepreneurs are constantly trying to find their “why”. And when they do, they focus on the reason why they started. Because if it wasn’t the reason why they started, then their business wouldn’t be on the way. It’s easy to start businesses when you have an idea, but hard to find your “why”.
The reality is that entrepreneurs are constantly trying to find their why. And when they do, they focus on the why they started. Because if it wasnt the reason why they started, then their business wouldnt be on the way. Its easy to start businesses when you have an idea, but hard to find your why.