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Best Self-Care Tips for Busy Entrepreneurs

Best Self-Care Tips for Busy Entrepreneurs

Best Self-Care Tips for Busy Entrepreneurs

Running a business requires a lot of effort which indicates why entrepreneurs are having a hard time sleeping. This is a clear example of what it’s like to be launching your own start-up: waking up before the birds started chirping and singing, tweaking an existing product, preparing for a launch, forgetting what you last ate (or even if you ate at all), increasing calls and messages from family, and skip exercise time because who has real-time for that? In other words, self-care is ignored while you are taking care of your business.

While there are many instances of stories of entrepreneur who gets enough funding within years, it really is a long game for most of them – at least those entrepreneurs who survive. Since the chances of a startup being successful are known to all. The startup’s failure rate in 2019 was around 90%. Making it into that 10% of successful startups requires a lot of courage and perseverance. However, it also requires a lot more than that.

Staying physically and mentally healthy is an important part of surviving while keeping your business alive long enough to get lucky. It’s all about self-care and underestimating is the most essential part of your longevity strategy. Many of you frequently ignore your own needs. You’re so preoccupied with the day-to-day prospects and challenges of the company that it’s easy to let yourself burn out. Let’s be honest, most of you are self-proclaimed workaholics. Today we will be discussing some strategies to avoid this and ensure that you can avoid it.

1. Take actual time off

When you are taking time off from work, don’t just have a date night or pretend time where you are not working but are still engaged with your phone and laptop. Take real time off, so that you get a real break from your work. You can take a break for a week or more in an exotic place without the internet and electronic gadgets.

Set certain restrictions so that you won’t be busy unless your team is in control of the situation. Everything will wait if it can. Fix some good destinations, like Sri Lanka or Bali, if it isn’t possible for any reason, at least head to a nearby place, a place which is surrounded by nature, or a beach destination in the country, so you can feel relaxed and calm.

2. Get active

Don’t let your body start to give up on you prematurely.  Remain active. Include exercise in your everyday routine. Physical activity and time: you can do yoga first thing in the morning, go for a walk in the afternoon, or go bicycling after dinner. Even moving around a bit and starching your body away from the desk can make a big difference in how you feel and your energy level.You can check out the various simple fitness videos that are available online.

3. Go outside

Numerous studies have shown that being in nature can be a fantastic way to recharge and have a positive impact on your health. The University of Exeter discovered that people who spend two hours a week in a green area, such as a local park or a natural setting, have better physical and psychological health than those who don’t. So do not hesitate to go for hiking, or visit a beach area. We know this isn’t possible for everyone. So at least spend some time in the greenery park, believe me, you feel much better.

4. Treat your body well

Some people enjoy getting massages every week, while others prefer acupuncture or flotation therapy. Do it frequently no matter which one you are interested in. Instead of considering it a special treat, consider it an important component of your busy schedule that deserves to have time set aside for it. Detox your beauty routine while you’re at it. Make sure that your personal care products (skincare, haircare, cream, oral care, etc.) are not contained phthalates, sulfates, and parabens.

5. Get a good night’s sleep

Several studies have been done over the years. This draws a direct line between lack of sleep and an increased risk of various ailments, problems, and diseases. Even though people are aware of it, insomnia is more common in the business sector.

In a lecture, the world richest man Elon Musk acknowledged in public that his lack of sleep had a negative impact on both his physical and mental well-being. What then would life be like without a healthy body and mind? You must continue to include workout sessions in your daily schedule because of this.  It allows you to have a good night’s sleep.

6. Clear your mind

There is a lot of information available on the internet about the power of mindfulness and meditation to deal with stress, anxiety, and depression. So, you can learn from this. There’s nothing wrong with getting a little help clearing your mind. If you are having difficulty in understanding something, we would suggest you to watch some comedy shows, as it will refresh your mind.

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