Starting your own business feels a lot like entering the Wild West. You’re out there armed with your business plan and your never-say-die attitude. Whatever you want, you got it. You can see the pot of gold at the end of the rainbow, the reward for your endeavors.
The problem is that it all comes with a caveat. Although a newly-minted business card, big dreams and enthusiasm can get you off the ground, over time it can become really tough, if not impossible, to balance your new business with your personal life.
The Age of the Workaholic
But the worst part is that, for some of us, these statistics might not even be shocking – we live in the age of the workaholic.
I came across an interesting post on Quora claiming that Elon Musk works 100 hours a week, and guess what? He demands the same type of commitment from all of his employees at Tesla.
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