Let’s chat about the dangerous life of the entrepreneur. OK, maybe dangerous isn’t exactly the right term we aren’t running into burning buildings, engaging in high-speed automobile pursuits or scaling buildings to weld support beams hundreds of feet off the ground. While we may not engage in what would be considered perilous acts, the very nature of our job is such as to create a general risk of poor health, brought about by high stress, limited sleep and less than ideal dietary habits. If you fit into this description keep reading for my top 3 health hacks for the Entrepreneur!
Charles Lew has big dreams of helping an ever-expanding city of dreamers, but you won’t find his head in the clouds. The owner of four [and counting] gastropubs throughout the expansive LA metro area, legal pioneer, and business consultant is a man of many monikers. But one should be weary of describing Lew as what he undoubtedly is: an entrepreneur, lest the definition in mind of the soiled version he has recently diagnosed in a recent LinkedIn blog post as “entrepreneurITIS.
With 3.8 million small businesses in California alone, according to a report by the U.S. Small Business Administration, surviving amongst the sea of competition takes considerable effort and planning by every business owner. You need to be on top of your game at all times to survive and ensure you have enough profits to bring you into the next year without strain.