Many of us want to be an entrepreneur. Many of us dream to get success in this way. But It may be arisen about a huge number of people who do not know about how an entrepreneur passes a day? It is important to chase this topic in order to fulfill the dream up!
Not all entrepreneur days are the same, everybody’s perspective of how they utilize their day is different. Not everyone gets up at 6.00 am, goes for a jog before meditating and then record a vlog while drinking a wheatgrass smoothie, all by 8:00 am when it is time to head to the office. Some entrepreneurs have children and spend the morning getting them ready for school and others wake with their laptop on their lap responding to emails with one hand and holding a large cup of coffee in the other. Either way, their day is started with a ritual for getting motivated for what the day may bring.
Each day in the life of an entrepreneur is structured to maximize all of the 24 hours of a day. Uttering the words “It has been a long day” is a common occurrence, more toward the amount done and not the hours worked. A day comprises of an early start and a late finish, with a planned routine in the middle for a jam-packed day. When running a company not one day is the same and not always as glamorous as some may think. An entrepreneur is required to wear many different hats, from human resources to sales and from marketing to spokesperson. One day might be spent meeting with clients from one end of the country to the other and the next could be stuck in the office interviewing for new staff, conducting meetings, on calls and responding to emails.
For example, Jeff Bezos starts his day with the most critical meetings so when his energy is depleting by the end of the day, he can try to avoid making decisions. Mark Twain said, “Eat a live frog first thing in the morning and nothing worse will happen to you the rest of the day.” If the day is started with the worst or most taxing task, when the motivation from the morning activities is fresh, then the rest will seem easy in comparison. It is said that intellectual work is better done in the morning and more creative work when tiredness starts settifamily.
The day is not just about the company but also finding time to spend with family and friends, as well as on themselves. Most early starters spend the early hours on themselves or business before the rest of the house awakes so they can devote breakfast with their family. Most successful entrepreneurs set aside time for reading, “knowledge is power” as it expands the mind, this could be reading the daily papers and business pages, scrolling through social media or reading an Isaac Asimov novel. Evenings are sometimes reserved for family and friends, though a hand may continuously be on the smartphone ready to pounce on any message that comes through. Mark Zuckerberg goes straight to his phone to scroll through social media and his morning updates before getting up to start his day and ends it with tucking his children into bed. Richard Branson wakes at 5 am every day to get on top of things before eating breakfast with his family.