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Small business owners typically enjoy the work path they have chosen, and many take this route to create their own reality that includes flexibility and the possibility of spending more time with family. However, these entrepreneurs often times struggle with maintaining a healthy work-life balance because they are responsible for all facets of running the business leading them to work more hours for income.
An unhealthy work-life balance can lead to being overworked, which can in turn affect your health. Overworking yourself can lead to a number of health problems such as stress, insomnia, heart disease, lethargy, accidents due to insomnia, and more.
A manageable work-life balance will contribute to staying healthy both physically and mentally. Here are some top tips for a healthier work life balance:
By delegating non-revenue-generating assignments to outside sources, you can save time on these tasks and spend more time working on much more important, revenue-generating items.
Invest time to hire talent that can take over some of the day to day responsibilities. This will relieve the pressures of handling everything yourself.
Taking time to ‘reset’ can lead to more productivity. It is important to set a schedule, task-list important items and prioritize your personal life.