One of the worst mistakes an entrepreneur can make?
Treating mental health like an afterthought instead of a priority.
After yesterday’s talk on the importance of mental well-being, it’s time to address one big problem: finding the time. Business founders have tight schedules and heaps of responsibility — especially if you’re side-hustling or have a family. We get that.
Today, we share a few things even the busiest founders can do!
You can’t reach your potential if you’re mentally drained or overstressed. As a leader, it’s your responsibility to keep yourself in top form. Invest the time and effort necessary to maintain your mental and emotional strength — then use that strength to win.
The tactics we share in this episode are easy to execute, starting today. Click Play!
It only takes one mistake to change your life — or someone else’s — forever. You’re out with friends. You’re putting back a few drinks. A few becomes a few too many. It’s time to go, and for a moment you think of calling for a ride. You tell yourself you’re a good driver, you live nearby, you can make it home ok. What’s the worst that could happen? You get pulled over? Lose your license? Lose your job? Total your car? Kill someone? Play it safe and plan ahead to get a ride. Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over.
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