Is it hard to juggle your personal life while owning multiple businesses ?
My name is John I'm from Carol City where everything is not sweet . But I can't let where I come from define me . I want to further my career in entrepreneurship I own a business called "Overnight Preservation LLC" . I started my business from when I was 12 . my goals coming out of high school are to have multiple streams of income , to build my crypto portfolio up more and to get into real estate . #entrepreneurship #business #marketing
You have quite a few goals in mind and it seems already underway! Congratulations on what you've accomplished so far! While everyone has the ability to be as driven as you seem to be, not everyone follows through to do the hard work.
And it is hard work owning your own business, let alone several at the same time. I worked as a Consultant, have a full-time career and do some volunteer advisory so managing these at the same time can be very difficult.
You need to have focus and determination. You need to be able to keep your schedules in place so that you can see how to best manage your time. You need to be disciplined because there will be times that it will be difficult to get something done with work and it may conflict with your personal life. You need to understand what works best for you because everyone works in their own way. If you need to take a break to keep your focus, take a few minutes to breathe or call family or a friend.
To be successful with all your goals and plans, be honest with yourself in what you want to achieve and why. It's always the WHY the helps shape and determine your level of success, especially if it's more personal. You have a sense of pride in recognizing what you can, and are, accomplishing.
I hope that this helps you in some way. Take care out there and Good luck!
When it comes to building a business and finding financial independence here is some of the best advice I've ever received... the path to success is not linear. I don't know about you, but I can be pretty hard on myself when trying to launch something. I want it to be "perfect" and I often feel "not good enough" - if you aren't familiar, take a look at "imposter syndrome" it's pretty revolutionary when you can put words to something. As I spend time around more business owners - and listen to the stories of others - I've learned that I wasn't alone and that "success" is closer than I think. Wishing you all the best on your journey!
I've listed two of my personal favorite podcasts that have helped me on my career and personal finance journey... hope you find them helpful, too.
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