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Dr. Sinclair N. Grey III – 5 Ways To Avoid Entrepreneurial Burnout

Dr. Sinclair N. Grey III – 5 Ways To Avoid Entrepreneurial Burnout

Entrepreneurs with no vision are doom to suffer loss. Too many times, entrepreneurs fail to plan extensively for growth. Even though statistics will state how long a business will last, it’s important to get into your mind that you’re not a statistic. In other words, you have to become the exception to the data not a part of the data. Because we live in a world that prides itself on statistics, the mere fact that an entrepreneur thinks differently and acts differently from so many others means it’s imperative that the proper mindset and stick-to-itiveness be implemented.

Let’s face it – no matter how much you like and love what you do as an entrepreneur, it’s easy to get burned out with all of its demands. In some cases, the workload can be so overwhelming that you can easily neglect the overall vision of the business. While it’s good having short-term goals for your business, understand this lesson – without having long-term goals, you’re simply wasting your efforts in the now without seeing yourself great in the future.

Because you (as an entrepreneur) decided to step out on faith and create your own destiny, it’s important that you don’t lose sight of what you set out to do. Here are few things you need to do so that you will not experience entrepreneurial burnout

  1. Constantly evaluate how you want your business to grow and expand. This will keep you focused on what needs to be done daily, weekly, monthly, and yearly

  1. Understand that everything is a process. That’s right; it takes time to get things done in decency and order. The quicker you understand that there are some things you can’t rush, the less likely you’ll experience frustration, aggravation, and agitation

  1. Enjoy what you do. When you stop having fun with your business and in your business, it might be time to reconsider everything. That doesn’t mean you stop doing what you’re doing; it means you need to do some personal reflection

  1. Take care of yourself. This is the one area so many entrepreneurs fail at. Without eating properly, getting enough rest, and exercising regularly, your body will shut down. Don’t make the mistake and neglect your health. Think about it for a moment. If you’re not healthy, you can’t run your business effectively and efficiently

  1. Go on a vacation. There’s nothing wrong with getting away for a little rest and relaxation. By getting away, you’re refueling yourself (mentally, emotionally, and physically). With a vacation, you leave work behind. No emails. No conference calls. You go to simply enjoy yourself

I want you to understand this important point – your business is your baby. You have to nurture it in a such a manner that it will yield you what you want. Even though your business may appear small to other people, it’s important that you don’t think small. If you think big, then you’ll do big things. If you have a vision that’s more than local, but global, you’ll find yourself thinking creatively to make things happen. Be smart in the process and follow the five steps listed to avoid entrepreneurial burnout.

Dr. Sinclair Grey III is a speaker, author, and success coach. Contact him at www.sinclairgrey.org, drgrey@sinclairgrey.org or on Twitter @drsinclairgrey

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