Ask most entrepreneurs why they became an entrepreneur and they’ll likely tell you that they wanted more time freedom.
Leadership and Self-care
The reality is almost always the opposite, especially in the first few years of starting a business. There is just so much to do in getting your start-up going with the goal of making it profitable in as short a time as possible that it seems that there are not enough hours in the day to get everything done.
Whether you just started building and growing your business, or you have been for some time, it’s important to recognize that to be the best leader and entrepreneur, you must take time for self-care. You must take time for yourself to renew and refresh so that your creative juices can flow even greater.
It takes planning and some amount of automation to make sure that your business can continue to operate even when you’re not present.
This week I’ve taken some time off to travel out of state, and am so happy that I’m able to do that with members of my family.
Today we traveled by air from Fort Lauderdale to Newark and got settled into a guest cottage in the beautiful town of Warwick in upstate New York.
Tomorrow we plan to do some tours in and around Warwick and may visit an orchard and a berry farm to pick apples and raspberries.
Following are some photos of our journey so far.
A beautiful Marina just before the Warwick Turnpike.
Signs on our way out of New Jersey into Upstate New York
Beautiful, sunny day.