“Being your own boss is great. You get to choose which 18 hours of the day you work.” It was a throwaway remark made to me by an entrepreneur during an interview, but its gentle sarcasm is lost when you realise that for a lot of new business owners it reflects reality. It’s also the reason why work-life balance is one of the hottest topics in entrepreneurdom. On the one hand, entrepreneurs are told they need a healthy balance, that being ‘always on’ leads to burn out that could impact their business. On the other…is it even possible when you are starting up? Are work and life one and the same for […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
by: Samantha Knowles While traveling, reserve a seat that lets you work. I always choose an aisle seat. I feel like I can stretch out a bit more, and can make it to the restroom without disturbing those around me. Everyone has a different seat preference, whether it be aisle or window, but either way, you will be more productive when you are comfortable. Avoid the chitchat.If you are trying to get things done on your flight (although I reluctantly will admit you can make great business connections en route), the last thing you need is a stranger updating you on his mother’s bunion surgery. I find that the best […]Continue Reading... No Comments.