As an entrepreneur, you’re inherently always busy. You’re constantly on the go, whether you’re trying to spark new business or putting out fires for your company. Even when you come home tired from a busy day, you’ll check your emails again and work a little more. Then you get up and do it again the next day.
Over the years, surveys have shown that business owners put in much more than a 40-hour week — often 50 or 60 hours. And while you may have lots of great ideas to grow your business, it’s likely that you have a lot less time to execute them. While it’s a true labor of love, it often feels like being on a hamster wheel.