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  1. […] True entrepreneurship goes beyond reveling in the ability to work remotely and enjoy unlimited vacation time. Sure, you have the “freedom” to be your own boss, but there’s a certain level of discipline required in order for this to make sense in the long run. Even though you’re working from home or Starbucks or WeWork, there aren’t any days off. Your business becomes your baby. While it’s important to take time to recharge, being a successful business owner usually means you never stop thinking about your business, whether its how to secure higher paying clients, what you’d like your core values to be or what your plans are for the next quarter. The list is endless. There’s no real time for time off, because if you don’t work, you don’t eat – literally. Entrepreneurship is an exercise in constant innovation. As serial entrepreneur and my client Govindh Jayaraman says, “Make it bad, then make it better.” […]

  2. Saved as a favorite, I really like your blog!

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