From the moment you wake up to the second your head hits the pillow, all you can think about is your business idea. Entrepreneurs are dreamers; they're people who see a solution or opportunity and won't stop until they've hit their goal. If you constantly jot down new product ideas or ask friends what they think about your latest strategy, that's a good sign you have genuine passion.
In the process of starting a business, it's likely you'll be met with criticism, whether it be from investors or family who can't understand why you're taking the risk. True entrepreneurs aren't easily deterred by negative comments. If anything, criticism makes them more determined to succeed.
Stress is an integral part of the entrepreneurial lifestyle. In fact, the Gallup-Healthways Well-Being Index found that 34% of business owners are worried, while almost half admit to feeling stressed. That's 4% higher than other workers. If you're planning to start your own business, be sure to think about a stress plan and incorporate proven methods like mindfulness meditation into your daily routine.
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