When you start a business, the pressure of making the business work may compel you to work 24/7. You are hungry for new business
and you feel the strong urge to prove that your business idea works. More importantly, you need to get the business start earning some money – and fast.
As a result, may find yourself working non-stop from 5 a.m. to 11 p.m, even answering emails during mealtime. During weekends, you may be on the phone with your clients, or meeting with them, if not writing reports for your business.
With products or services to deliver, clients to deal with, a business to maintain and income to generate, you find it so hard to unplug from the business. More so if you are working as a solo entrepreneur from your home.
However, balancing work and personal life is an important element in the success of a home-based business. Not working is just as important as working. You need to find some downtime to nurture other elements of your life, including your own personal self, your family and relationships. Gabriela Chavez, Founder of BeautiesontheGo.com, explains
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