I’ve been doing this entrepreneur thing for a while now. I’m not necessarily any wiser, but at least I don’t have to go through it alone anymore. That’s why I’m here: to help you live a healthy, fulfilling life as an entrepreneur. It’s hard work, but it’s getting easier everyday thanks to amazing new tools and resources that are available on the internet. Here are some tips for living well as an entrepreneur:

Don’t let a day go by without taking action.

Most people have dreams, but what separates those who achieve success from those who don’t is that they take action. The difference between a dream and a goal is the line between thinking about something and doing it.

The best way to take action is through habits. Habits are good because you don’t have to think about them, they just happen. If you want to start a business, the only thing you need to do is work on it every day: get up early in the morning, write down your ideas and make plans for how you will move forward with them, find some mentors or advisors who can help guide your progress towards becoming an entrepreneur; and then finally go ahead with starting your business!

Be hard on your product, but not yourself.

As a startup founder, you are bound to be hard on yourself. You will make mistakes and face challenges that shake your confidence. You’re going to get yelled at by customers or investors, and if you’re not careful those moments can take their toll on your psyche.

No matter what happens, remember: your product is the most important thing in the world—even if it doesn’t seem like it at the moment. It’s more important than any of your feelings about yourself or anyone else involved with the company; it’s even more important than those moments when everyone seems to agree on how awesome everything is going (which should never happen). You are only as good as what you make—so focus on making great products.

Get enough sleep and eat right.

Sleep is as important to your health as food. You can’t expect to be at peak performance or creativity if you’re tired all the time, so make sure you get a good night’s sleep (at least seven hours) each night. And if you need help getting there, don’t be afraid to ask your friends for recommendations on over-the-counter sleeping pills or natural remedies like lavender oil.

One other tip: avoid drinking too much caffeine before bedtime because it has been shown to delay REM sleep cycles and result in more frequent awakenings throughout the night.

When it comes to eating right, remember that food is fuel—it’s what allows us to do everything from staying alive and breathing well enough not feel like passing out all day long! So, try not eating foods that are too high in sugar (even “natural” ones) and instead focus on whole grains like brown rice instead of white breads made with refined flour; lean meats such as chicken breast instead of pork chops which have more fat content; fruits like bananas rather than dried fruit snacks made with artificial sweeteners mixed in during production processes (you should always read labels!).

Prioritize your health.

As an entrepreneur, you have to be your own boss. Since you are the one in charge of everything, it’s up to you to make sure that everything runs smoothly. This means that if there is something that needs fixing or improving—like your health—you’re going to have to do it yourself.

So, what does this mean for your health? Well, if having good self-care habits isn’t part of your daily routine yet (and if it isn’t for most people), then now is the time for starting! Taking care of yourself is not only necessary for productivity but also helps reduce stress and anxiety levels. And when these two things happen simultaneously, they help us get through everything life throws our way with ease.

One thing I’ve found helpful when traveling has been taking advantage of hotel gyms during my stays so I can work out while away from home base (especially important since many hotels don’t offer free breakfast). It has made a huge difference in terms of my energy level throughout each day since exercising releases endorphins which make us feel happy!

Build your network.

Networking is the best way to find other entrepreneurs and learn from them. Not only will you meet people who can help you, but you’ll also build a community of colleagues that can support each other throughout all stages of business.

The best part about networking is that it doesn’t have to be formal: in fact, the most effective networks are formed on-the-fly at events like conferences or parties. The key to building successful relationships with others is being genuine and willing to listen; if an entrepreneur feels like they have something valuable to teach you, they’ll be more likely to take an interest in helping out your startup.

Another important thing when meeting new folks is asking questions—this shows interest on your part and helps break down barriers between strangers who really just want to connect! If someone tells me about their business idea or project, I always ask how they got started with it because I think those kinds of stories are inspiring (and maybe everyone else does too).

Schedule time to refresh your mind and mood.

Entrepreneurship is a marathon, and it’s important to keep your body and mind fresh. It may seem like there aren’t enough hours in the day for you to do everything you need to get done, but if you take breaks from work and give yourself time for personal growth and development, it will pay off in the long run. Here are some ideas:

  • Take a walk outside; listen to music; read a book; meditate; play with your dog or cat—whatever helps clear your head so that when you return to work, it will be easier than before.
  • Schedule time into your calendar each week where you can focus on being creative. This could mean anything from building things out of LEGOs with your kids (or grandkids) every Saturday morning or going through old photos with them at night while they eat dinner next to their little desk/table/chair set-up where they do homework each evening—and maybe even learn something new about yourself along the way!

Take time off and work on your hobby, if you have one.

It’s imperative that you take breaks throughout the year. This is because it allows you to recharge your batteries and keeps you from burning out. It is also important to keep yourself from getting bored or stale as an entrepreneur.

To do this, try taking time off every quarter or halfway through a month, depending on how busy your business gets.

If there are any hobby projects that have been on hold for some time, now is the perfect time to get back into them!

Remember that all risks are not created equal.

Remember that all risks are not created equal. Some risks are worth taking, and others aren’t worth the time or energy to consider. Be honest with yourself about what you can handle, but also don’t be afraid to ask for help when you need it.

Realize that you will never be 100% ready to take the leap into entrepreneurship.

You’ve got to be willing to leap into action, even though you know the odds of failure are high and there’s no guarantee that you’ll make it all work out. At some point, you have to realize that your life is never going to be perfect, and your plans will never change everything.

The truth is entrepreneurship isn’t about being 100% ready or having all the answers. Instead, it’s about taking risks and facing uncertainty in hopes of achieving something great. You’ll learn as you go along—and maybe even get better at figuring out what works and what doesn’t along the way!

Remember what’s important, and don’t allow yourself to get distracted from your ultimate goals.

In the course of a day, you will be bombarded with constant distractions and interruptions. You may find yourself constantly pulled in different directions by people trying to get your attention or by the need to respond to emails.

The truth is that there are so many ways for us to get distracted from our personal goals, even when we know what they are. We can fall into the trap of thinking that these little things matter more than they actually do. We need to remember that nothing on earth will ever amount to anything if we allow ourselves to be distracted from our ultimate goal: living happily and achieving success!

You can live a healthy, fulfilled life as an entrepreneur

You can live a healthy, fulfilled life as an entrepreneur.

  • Work/life balance is important. There’s no reason to work yourself into the ground and neglect your health or relationships just because you’re building a business.
  • You don’t have to be a workaholic to be successful. Entrepreneurs are often portrayed as people who work 18 hours per day and never take vacations—but this isn’t true for everyone! In fact, many entrepreneurs get their best ideas when they’re doing something unrelated to business (think Bill Gates writing code on his couch).
  • You should take breaks and do things you enjoy. When was the last time you went for a hike? Or played with your dog? Or saw some friends for coffee? If it’s been a while since you did these kinds of things—and especially if thinking about them stresses, you out—start scheduling regular activities like these into your calendar so they become part of your routine again! Even better: Schedule time in advance so that other people know not only what days but also what times will be reserved for fun activities (like going out with friends) rather than work-related tasks (like attending meetings).


There will be times when you feel like giving up, but don’t. Remember that this is a journey and not a destination, so take it one day at a time. You will not always be able to plan or control everything that happens in your life, but with patience and perseverance anything is possible!