Lessons from: My first 30 days as an entrepreneur
1. Emotional rollercoaster. Really.
Remember this one? Enjoy the highs Endure the lows
2. Prioritization as a habit
Daily. Weekly. Monthly That feeling when there’s so much work to do. From different areas. Ideally yesterday? Prioritize like there’s no is tomorrow.
3. Make the most of the flexibility
That cliché The “Work anywhere, anytime” one. Make the most of it. Discover what works best for you. Don’t be lazy and experiment.
4. Adapt via fast decisions
Decided this one is self-explanatory
5. Context switching f***s you up
Really important As the spectrum of work is really broad, The risk of context switching increases. Group similar tasks in a working session. Use the time management techniques you know.
6. “Never eat alone”
A business lunch every single day Or breakfast. Or dinner. Could be possible clients. Possible partners. Possible team members.
7. Most valuable part of a meeting: the follow-up
8. Do not always be pitching
Yes, your business is important to you But give people a slack. I’m sure you can find some other interesting topics to discuss.
9. The importance of disconnecting
Mana needs to be restored Currently experimenting with: No business related anything 1 day per week + each day after 10PM
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