Early to bed, early to rise makes a man healthy, wealthy and wise – Benjamin Franklin
Tim Dowling, Laura Barnett and Patrick Kingsley of the Guardian newspaper spoke to seven CEOs which includes Virgin Money, Ericsson and AOL Vodafone about their work/life habits and they learned that most CEOs start off their day as early as 5:00am in order to sort their commitments..
Failing is not fun, but it’s sadly inevitable that unhappy moments will rear their ugly heads at some point in our lives.
Everyone tries to avoid doing stuff that attracts pain, suffering and failure. Most people go ahead to do the wrong things hoping and expecting to succeed at it.
You and I know that heading in the wrong direction no matter how fast and seemingly right doesn’t turn out to be meaningful at the end. The presumed happiness will only be short-lived, just like playing poker and hoping you’ll ace all the time.
Failing at the workplace likewise gives off intense amount of pain especially when you’ve put in so much effort and yet the results are not encouraging.
The shared workspace concept is trending these days for several reasons. The quest to work freely and at any location has introduced this new working culture. Investors have created affordable shared workspaces from basic to luxury features for short time rent for start-ups and small businesses. This culture is spreading fast and is being embraced by the youth population.
A few people choose not to settle for the 9-5 cubicle for the rest of their active working careers, they know they need to transition at some point to private practice or some other type of business.
You’ll agree that working in a structured environment and transitioning to run a business usually comes with its own advantages. The wealth of corporate experience and knowledge of how to structure an iconic business for success is transferred to the start-up company.
If you have a 9-5 job, value it…
Learn all you need to, the opportunity and knowledge you’re exposed to will help you when it’s time to start up.
It’ll be beneficial to start paying attention and recognize how your working career prepares you to transition later in life.
If you’re thinking this way, consider these lessons:
The thought of becoming an entrepreneur — starting a business — is scary and intimidating. But there are several genuine reasons why you should take that route now, so you won’t regret starting out late in the future. What? That tough, tricky, and lonely route? Yes, you read right.
Entrepreneurs are the hope of tomorrow, future decision makers, and world transformers. Take a smart look at a successful entrepreneur and tell me you don’t wish to be like him. Perhaps, you don’t like his lifestyle, but how about his income?
No one is born an entrepreneur nor did anyone suddenly wake up to become one. All entrepreneurs launched by taking the “start leap” — they all started out somewhere.