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How to Have a Personal Life as an Entrepreneur

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How to Have a Personal Life as an Entrepreneur

Balancing your professional and personal life is difficult even for people who work a set number of hours in their jobs. It becomes even more difficult when you do not have set hours, and you are not exactly answerable to anyone, but yourself.

Being an entrepreneur has an added thought process of working continuously. If you aren’t working, you start feeling guilty and feel as if you aren’t doing enough. The responsibilities and obligations you feel overfills your plate. True, being an entrepreneur means putting more time towards your goal, sacrificing some personal time, but knowing how much to sacrifice is very important.

Creating balance in your life is something that you need to work towards. A balance makes you feel more fulfilled and also helps meet all the obligations. By having no personal life, and trying to work 24×7, you are doing more harm than good.

Being your own boss means that you get to decide your own schedule. You have to be disciplined enough to take some time out for yourself. Use this time to meet people, do things you love, learn things you have wanted to, spend time with your family. The time you take out for yourself helps you to recharge your mind, which in turn will help you to work better towards your goal.

As an entrepreneur, you already know the importance of planning and organization. You have to be thorough to get the most out of your day. This is a challenge if you work from home. Because there is no separation between your workspace and your living space, it is easy for one to bleed into another, and mostly it will be the work taking over everything.

How to Have a Personal Life as an Entrepreneur

“The question I ask myself almost every day is, ‘Am I doing the most important thing I could be doing?’”


– Mark Zuckerberg

The first step is to respect the work and private life for yourself. When you yourself value your time, others will have to follow. If you live alone, then distractions are limited and easy to deal with, but when you live with family, it becomes complicated. Because you are home, they might think you are available for whatever reason.

You have to set clear rules and a timeline when no one is allowed to disturb you or ask you to do something. This also gives you a chance to feel like you actually have separate work and personal lives. When you set a time when your family cannot disturb you, they themselves will make sure that you get off work when that time is over.

When a cycle sets in, keep family out during work will make the family bring you in during your allotted personal time. When you do not do this and entertain everyone all the time, it is difficult for anyone to know when work stops and when personal time starts.

Now that you know how to keep yourself busy in an effective manner, you need to work on finding the time you are most productive. You have the flexibility to work according to yourself, use that to your advantage.

I know people who work the best at nights or early mornings, but they don’t have the flexibility to do that because they work a job where they have to fill in the hours that the company demands. You, on the other hand, don’t. So, work your schedule around your personal life to not feel pressured to fit in everything at the same time.

How to Have a Personal Life as an Entrepreneur

If you have a spouse who has a job, then you can sync your time to them so that your free time syncs in as well. If you have children and you know they will be home in the afternoons, then you can work all morning to spend time with them later.

It really is all about finding out what works best for you. You also have to take care of the business side of things as well, of course. If your work requires you to communicate with clients and the timeline you want to work at doesn’t match, then set a few hours aside to later talk to your clients. You do not have to do all the work all at once, find the rhythm that makes the most sense to your situation.

When you are working on a timeline that is different from others, you might have to say ‘no’ more frequently, don’t be afraid of it. It just means you value your time enough to say no.

“Success is not the key to happiness. Happiness is the key to success. If you love what you are doing, you will be successful.”


– Albert Schweitzer

When you work in an office, you get a change of scene when you come home. Change in the environment helps to deal with lows if there are any. Highs and lows are part of life and also business. With a job, you can leave it at the door when you enter your home. What do you do when your home is your office?

Like it is advised to leave your work at the door, you have to do the same. Leave your work on your laptop as soon as you shut it. You stopped working, that means you need to leave all the work there. I know, it is easier said than done. But, you need to remember that low points don’t last forever like high points don’t, so, instead of stressing, take some time out. Spend this time with people who matter or doing what you love so that your brain gets a break from thinking about business and has a chance to recharge itself.

“You have to see failure as the beginning and the middle, but never entertain it as an end.”


-Jessica Herrin

Hitting lows means maybe you can’t afford to take time out for yourself. But, here’s where you can do what I do at times like these. When things get too difficult, try merging your breaks and family time. I usually follow the Pomodoro technique, where you work in 25-minute blocks and take breaks, but if things get too hectic or there are some crises, what I do is I reschedule my timeline.

How to Have a Personal Life as an Entrepreneur

I take a longer break and incorporate a small activity with my family. Let’s say I take 2 hours off when things get too heavy, and my mind desperately needs a break, and watch a movie with my family at that time. This gives me a break, lets me spend time with my family, and also lets me loosen up a bit. I can then get back to work with my mind a little more freed up than it was before.

This works because it lets your brain think that you aren’t taking a break, you are still doing something valuable. You are spending time with your family, which we can otherwise neglect when work gets heavy. When there’s a lot to do, taking breaks can make you guilty, and your mind will keep going back to what you could do in the time you are taking off, may it be just 5-minutes.

Following my method, tricks your mind into not feeling guilty about taking the much-needed break and also helps you pay attention to the people who matter. It is like killing two birds with a stone.

Final Takeaway

You will come across a lot of tips to balance your life online. But remember to not follow everything you read. Something that works for someone else might not work for you, and something that works for you might make no sense to someone else.

In the beginning, I made the mistake of following every advice I came across. I quickly realized that every person is different, every business is different. Our priorities are different, and what we value in life is totally different from someone from even our closest circle.

So, when we talk about having balance in life, it doesn’t always mean family and work, it can also mean you and work. Find out what balance means to you, and work on achieving it.

“Twenty years from now you will be more disappointed by the things that you didn’t do than by the ones you did do. So throw off the bowlines. Sail away from the safe harbor. Catch the trade winds in your sails. Explore. Dream. Discover.”


-Mark Twain

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8 Public Speaking Techniques That Will Change Everything

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Not everyone is born with a natural ability to speak confidently in front of an audience. Many of us had to learn public speaking techniques the same way we learned any other skill. This points discussed further will immensely help someone who is preparing to give a speech or just wants to enhance their public speaking skills. These techniques will help you deliver your speech or presentation in a powerful and flawless way.

Famous people like Warren Buffett and Mahatma Gandhi, early in their lives, suffered from Glossophobia (a fear of public speaking). And look at where they ended up later. If they can overcome their weaknesses, you can too. One statistic shows that about 74 percent of people suffer from speech anxiety. Likewise, 5.3 million Americans suffer from social phobia. Public speaking is the number one fear people have.

Here are some tried and tested techniques that will help you become a better speaker. Try them out today.

1. Tell stories

Storytelling is the number one public speaking technique every leader or professional communicator should possess. It is so powerful that even if you are not good at any other technique mentioned in this post, you will still win the hearts of your audience. Storytelling works better when addressing a group than it does when talking to someone one on one.

When you tell a story, you are simply sharing information without coming off as sales-y. This is the reason why storytelling works. It creates comfort between you and the listener. There are so many people out there who are trying to persuade by being pushy or by using clever lines that they may have learned in a sales course. But guess what? Today’s audience is clever. They are aware of the tricks and techniques people use to dupe them or sell them things they don’t want.

2. Trigger emotions

Emotions generated in our body are a natural response to any external stimuli we receive. We all have emotions, and we can’t live without them. As far as public speaking is concerned, these emotions can be a deciding factor. The kind of emotions you trigger can decide whether the audience reciprocates to your messages or not. If you make people feel good, they will comply with you and vice versa.

In sales situations, it is very important to trigger the right emotions in your audience or the individual you are talking to. I am not asking you to manipulate people. But if you don’t convey the right messages, you won’t make the sale.

Emotions are important in public speaking because most people, irrespective of how smart they are, still make decisions based on how they feel. They may later think logically about it but only after a bit of emotional investment. So, don’t forget to trigger emotions either by telling an emotive story or by feeling the emotion yourself.

3. Attractive body language

8 Public Speaking Techniques That Will Change Everything

Body language is an advanced communication tool used by powerful men and women all over the world. Most politicians use hidden signals or pull off power moves which put them in a dominant position in relation to their opponent. They use body language because it’s not possible to bluntly say everything. It can offend certain people especially if you are in a leadership position and cannot afford to lose your following.

One quick way to have an attractive body language is to have a smile on your face and keep your shoulders squared. This will show that you are a confident person who is not afraid to show his/her real personality. This also disarms your audience as they feel at ease with the idea of you being on the stage and lecturing them. This may seem a bit overwhelming at first, but with practice, you will become more comfortable and free to take the center stage.

4. Practice everyday

It’s easy to read and understand the techniques mentioned in this article, but without practice, you will never be able to implement them in real life. Without practice, your desire to learn public speaking techniques will never come to fruition. So, read further to learn how to practice public speaking.

Professional soccer players don’t just run around or kick the ball without any intent. They have a system which they follow; a system which makes them better each day. Likewise, for you, it’s important to practice public speaking by following tried and tested methods.

One easy way to practice public speaking is by going out to bars or nightclubs and talking to random people. This way you get over your fear of what people think about you and feel free to express yourself without the fear of messing up.

Moreover, if you are afraid to make a mistake in front of your audience, you can record yourself while practicing the same speech in your home. In retrospect, you get priceless feedback. With repetition, you get better as you will make fewer mistakes the next time you practice. You can also join your local Toastmasters Club which I have found to be very helpful in helping you get more confident and better at public speaking.

5. Use a slideshow presentation

8 Public Speaking Techniques That Will Change Everything

The main purpose of a slideshow presentation is to provide your audience with a context of what you are talking about. It should be used as a guideline or a signboard for your listeners and not as a notepad for yourself.

To make the most of your presentation slide, you can make it reader-friendly by using fewer words per bullet point and keeping the font size large enough for everyone to comfortably read. Moreover, you can also add pictures and short videos to your slide if you think they will help convey the message better. So, create a stunning slideshow next time you are about to give a presentation.

6. Hire a vocal coach

If you are one of those people who has a thin voice or has problems speaking from your diaphragm, then the best solution for you would be to hire a vocal coach. There is no point in learning all these public speaking techniques if your voice doesn’t resonate properly. Simply stated, you won’t be able to command respect from your audience if you have a weak voice.

7. Dress impeccably

Your clothes are another measure of creating a powerful stage presence.- So, if you walk up on stage poorly dressed, you will not make a good impression.- Ideally, it should not matter what you wear but that is not how the world of public speaking works. You have to put up a show.

The choice of your clothes should be based on what kind of event you are going to. For a business event, you must wear a suit or well ironed formal clothes. On the other hand, for casual parties, it is completely fine to wear shiny and outrageous clothes. Moreover, the clothes you wear also affect your mood. This is why some men like to wear their favorite shirt before going on a date or an important meeting.

8. Make people laugh

Some people are naturally humorous. They find something funny in everything they observe or experience. Moreover, it is very easy for them to add humor to their speeches when they are talking in front of a crowd. It is important to note that humor cannot be forced or rehearsed. But you can still be funny if you are not a born comedian.

To make people laugh, you first need to find out what makes you laugh. Once you know what situations, lines, events, etc. crack you up, you can use those in your presentations or speeches. It is also important to not take yourself too seriously. Here, self-deprecating humor comes into play. When talking to a group of people, you can make fun of yourself. But don’t go overboard. Or else people will think you lack self-respect.  

Storytelling and use of emotive language would be the two most important things for effective public speaking. Listen to the speeches from people like Elon Musk and Steve Jobs. They always share details from their past that generate curiosity in the listeners. people like them because of their ability to express their ideas freely and articulately.

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7 Books Every Entrepreneur and Start-Up Founder Must Read

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I have always been a huge advocate of learning through reading. To me, nothing will help you learn about something as thoroughly as reading about it. I read a lot of non-fiction books, and I know how good the impact can be. Even when I have no time to read, I read the summaries on Blinkist to get the core takeaways of the book.

The one consistent advise that every successful person out there gives to budding entrepreneurs is to read! Every entrepreneur who has made it in life knows the value of reading and has a set routine they follow which allows them to read. I have talked about the reading habits of highly successful people to motivate people to read more.

I have also written about how you can read more in less time and comprehend more because when you are starting, time is of the essence. Making time to read shouldn’t take away from other tasks, and reading shouldn’t be put on the back burner because you don’t have time. That being said, reading more means nothing if you don’t comprehend what you read. With fiction, it is okay if you forget. But, with non-fiction, the point of reading is to understand, learn and implement

Here are some books that every entrepreneur starting out should take lessons from. It can be scary in the beginning but knowing some things can ease the path for you. These seven books teach you the importance of various qualities you need to have and the lessons you need to learn in order to be successful.

1. Crushing it! By Gary Vaynerchuk

How Great Entrepreneurs Build Their Business and Influence- And How You Can, Too

7 Best Books for Entrepreneurs and Start-Ups

Crushing It! hit Amazon’s #1 bestseller list even before it was launched. This book is preceded by the book “Crush It: Why Now is the Time to Cash in Your Passion.” Many people get confused about the books because of their similar name.

Released in 2018, Crushing It explains and explores why having a strong personal brand is crucial in business. It offers brand new lessons and strategies. Gary Vaynerchuk uses his and dozens of influencers’ and entrepreneurs’ experience to showcase why having a strong, noticeable presence across multiple channels of digital media can be your blueprint to success. The advice and tactics mentioned in this book can help you become a household name via various social media channels.

If you are starting out and looking to build a brand, this book is a must-read. It will help aspiring entrepreneurs to take their business to the next level. Even if you are not into business and work a day job, it will help you increase your professional opportunities. This helps people understand the game-changing nature of digital and social media.

2. Smarter Faster Better by Charles Duhigg

The Secrets of Being Productive in Life and Business

7 Best Books for Entrepreneurs and Start-Ups

Smarter Faster Better uses personal stories of Charles Duhigg along with business research to show how being productive isn’t just about managing your to-do list. People can sometimes get stuck in the idea of being productive because they tick off everything on their to-do list, but being productive is more than that.

This book is different than the other productivity-based books out there based on its approach on the subject. It focuses on how you think rather than spending time managing what you think. The book also argues that our focus on getting the big tasks done first is flawed. Charles states how getting smaller and easier tasks done have the potential to create big changes in your life and business.

Being productive includes making the right choices and maintaining the right mindset. This book offers advice on how to stay motivated, keep yourself on track and work in teams effectively to maximize your creativity, productivity and success. Anyone with a serious long-term goal will benefit from this book.

3. The Lean Startup by Eric Ries

How Today’s Entrepreneurs Use Continuous Innovation to Create Radically Successful Businesses

7 Best Books for Entrepreneurs and Start-Ups

In this classic book on entrepreneurship, author and entrepreneur Eric Ries explains the lean startup approach. This book helps start-ups and tech companies develop a sustainable business model, which has changed the way that many start-up founders build companies.

It is largely based around the principle of continuous rapid prototyping and focusing on customer-feedback data. Before investing heavily in an idea, Eric suggests ways to validate business ideas. This helps entrepreneurs test their visions and modify and adapt before any real damage can occur. The approach talked about is backed with last few decades worth of case studies and is based on the concepts of lean manufacturing and agile development.

This book provides a new approach to successfully managing a startup. The lean startup also talks through some of the innovative and necessary online business tools that can help you accelerate your path towards validation along the way. Entrepreneurs who are starting their own business or startup can learn a lot from this book, from ideas to quick product development and testing.

4. Zero to One by Peter Thiel

Notes On Startups, Or How To Build The Future

7 Best Books for Entrepreneurs and Start-Ups

Zero to One, written by PayPal founder and Facebook’s first investor, Peter Thiel, encompasses the power of innovation and how to go about creating new things. It also explores how companies can predict the future effectively and take action already to ensure that their start-up/business is a success.

Peter shares his learnings from his own personal experiences in this book. He states that when you do something new, you are moving from zero to one. (Yes, the title!) His takeaway is that the new wave of entrepreneurs will make completely new things and not just updates of existing products. That makes sense because there is so much yet to be innovated. I don’t think the world will ever run out of ideas.

To be successful with your business, innovation is what sets your business apart. Anyone interested to know why certain startups succeed while others fail will find their answer here. Current and potential startup founders need to read this book to incorporate innovation in their business plan so that even the investors know that it is worth investing in.

5. Rich Dad, Poor Dad by Robert T. Kiyosaki

What the Rich Teach Their Kids About Money- That the Poor and Middle Class Do Not!

7 Best Books for Entrepreneurs and Start-Ups

If you are even considering reading business books, then there is a huge probability that you have already heard of this book. Rich Dad, Poor Dad, is a book recommended by many. It is one of those books that have become the face of the genre. In fact, this is the book that planted the seed of entrepreneurship in my mind when I read it for the first time in grade 10.

You can say that this book is primarily centered around financial advice and is considered to be the #1 personal finance book out there. It is autobiographical with personal advice from Robert Kiyosaki about how to become financially independent and wealthy. If you read this book at the beginning of your journey, it can have a big impact on your thought process, just like it did on mine

The biggest takeaway from this book is that you should let your money work for you, rather than spending your life working for money. You should avoid placing your money into objects, possessions or anything that’ll cost you and incur more expenses in the long run. Things like flashy cars and big homes are what people dream of when they think about making big bucks. Robert advises against it.

The core message that Robert presents in this book is that if you want to grow rich, then you have to buy things that will help you generate income. Robert states that this is necessary for getting rich and staying rich. He also argues that wealthy people pass on financial lessons to the next generation but others don’t. He retired at the age of 47   successful investment career. So, he knows what he is talking about. If you ever wondered how to approach the path of investment, then this book can be of great help to you.

6. Getting Past No by William Ury

Negotiating in Difficult Situations

7 Best Books for Entrepreneurs and Start-Ups

When starting a business, you will realize how important it is to have the skill of negotiation. The better you are at it, the more your business will benefit. Negotiation is not an easy skill to master. It becomes even difficult if the other person is a seasoned professional and also stubborn who keeps saying “no” to everything you bring to him. This is where “Getting past no” comes to your rescue.

William Ury is the co-founder of Harvard Law School’s “Program of Negotiation” and is also considered one of the world’s leading negotiation specialists. The teachings that he has curated in this book comes with various techniques you can use in negotiations. He also teaches how to counter dirty tricks and reach mutually beneficial agreements that satisfy the needs of both parties.

The art of negotiation is something that start-up founders and entrepreneurs need to get a good hold on. This book gives you the opportunity to learn from the best. William also has another book titled “Getting to Yes: Negotiating an Agreement Without Giving In,” which is also a must read to finetune the craft of negotiation.

7. The Subtle Art of Not Giving a F*ck by Mark Manson

A Counterintuitive Approach to Living a Good Life

7 Best Books for Entrepreneurs and Start-Ups

Like “Rich Dad, Poor Dad,” everyone has heard about this book. My guess is that most people picked it up for it’s interesting, to say the least, title, but then stayed for the content. This book revolves around setting realistic expectations for ourselves and embracing our fears and faults.

I would say the core of this book states concentrating on living a better life by caring about fewer things. Mark Manson gives some rules to lead a happier, less stressful existence. Mark’s writing is as free-flowing as the title of this book. In a much relatable manner, he manages to put his point across. His focus is on doing what you want, not what you can.

This is one of those must-reads to prepare yourself before delving into a new journey. To find the courage, honesty, responsibility we seek. This is for people who feel stressed and overburdened in life, people who are working on self-improvement, and people who worry about everything.

“The more that you read, the more things you will know. The more that you learn, the more places you’ll go.”

–Dr. Seuss

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7 Tips For Entrepreneurs From Tai Lopez That Are Actually Useful

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Tai Lopez came into limelight with his TEDx talk (Why I read a book a day). In his speech,  he explained how one book has the power to change your entire life. Earlier, he was only known in small entrepreneurship circles in Los Angeles. But with his speech on TEDx, he was able to broadcast his ideas to the mainstream audience.

As of 2019, Tai Lopez’s net worth is $60 million. Some of you might recognize him from a video that he made called “Here in my garage”. He compared his Lamborghini with the 2000 new books he had bought at that time; which he kept in his garage. The same video also went viral on youtube. Internet trolls saw an opportunity to make fun of Tai as he valued books more than his fancy sports car.

Moreover, Tai Lopez is also an advisor and partner to more than 20 multi-million dollar companies. His advice has been creating a massive impact in lives of new entrepreneurs and investors. Some of his ideas are seen as rebellious by some people. For instance, once he said, “Ignore more people and you’ll be a lot happier…”. This might sound antisocial or narcissistic to some people.   

In this post, I have compiled a list of 7 tips I picked up from watching Tai Lopez’s videos and reading his recommended books.

1. Work smarter, not harder

7 Tips For Entrepreneurs From Tai Lopez That Are Actually Useful

Most of us are taught to work hard and hustle to succeed in life. There are a ton of posts on social media to testify this theory. Open any entrepreneurship account on Instagram and you will find plenty of images with quotes describing how hard-work and grinding is the pathway to success. According to Tai, these quotes project a false reality on people who are new to the entrepreneurship and business world.   

In his video on YouTube, Tai Lopez constantly talks about how people like Warren Buffett spend hours just observing and thinking about their next investment or the next deal they are about to go through. Does this seem like hard work and hustle to you?

Moreover, Tai Lopez also agrees that there is a time when work can suck the soul out of you. All rich people had to work hard in the initial phases of their entrepreneurial journey. But even for a newbie, it doesn’t hurt to find new and better ways to do their work. Smart work always wins over hard work.

2. Depression can be good for you

7 Tips For Entrepreneurs From Tai Lopez That Are Actually Useful

Depression is very common among people who are independent and risk-taking. But, sometimes it can take over your life and affect you in negative ways. To protect yourself from these negative effects of depression, you can definitely take some practical steps like physical therapy, engage in social activities and perform meditation.

However, Tai Lopez has a different take on depression. He says feelings of sadness and depression can help a person get out of useless repetitive patterns and help them think in a more rational manner. Moreover, humans are meant to feel all kinds of emotions. Be it sadness or happiness, all emotions play a vital role in keeping your brain healthy.   

In his early days, Tai himself had to go through a tough period. Being raised by a single mom, he had no special privileges like most of us do. In fact, adversity is what motivated him to reach where he is today. So, don’t panic if you feel sad once in a while. Every entrepreneur feels that way.

3. Keep your mind sharp

7 Tips For Entrepreneurs From Tai Lopez That Are Actually Useful

It’s very common for people to get themselves fully engaged in their work life. Likewise, some people also become workaholics and prioritize work over all other things in life. This a good short term strategy and has worked for many people. But is it beneficial in the long term?  

The answer is obviously no. Your mind only remains sharp when you experience new problems and situations. This makes you more creative as you are forced to rack your brains to find better solutions. Also, instead of following fixed rules you become innovative; as each problem is unique and what worked for someone else may not help you.

Tai Lopez, in his 67 Steps Program has discussed the concept of “Evolutionary Stable Strategies”. Understanding these strategies is one of the key steps in the program. Here, Tai talks about how every coin has two sides. He further elaborates how Hawks and Doves coexist together in nature even when one of them is a predator. The population of both these birds should remain equal. There will be a major imbalance if one of these birds outnumber the other.   

4. Invest your money wisely

7 Tips For Entrepreneurs From Tai Lopez That Are Actually Useful

Tai’s secret of becoming rich is to make money work for you. Even when you are asleep. He has gone great lengths to find and meet people who know how this works and who themselves have done it successfully.

Most people go to work to earn money. They trade their time and efforts in place of money. Not realizing that this itself is making them poorer, unhealthier and dumber. Tai’s advise to put some time aside and learn how to invest. Be it from books or a digital course, learning to invest can be the beginning of your journey to achieving financial freedom.

In addition, he also agrees that you are not going to hit big every time you invest. Sometimes you will even miss out on good opportunities. But a good investor never gives up and continues to his analysis without any regrets.

5. Set up your office

7 Tips For Entrepreneurs From Tai Lopez That Are Actually Useful

The environment you work in matters a lot when it comes to productivity. With the availability of basic amenities like an air conditioner, ergonomic chairs, etc along with positive people around you can increase your productivity by twofold. This is what works for most successful people. But, Tai takes a very different approach when it comes to setting up his office or workplace.

In his own office, he has a treadmill desk, some free weights, and a television. In a YouTube video, he showed how his office looks like and most people including were shocked. It didn’t look like the typical corporate office that most people are familiar with. But, one is for sure, it looked a fun place to work and hang out.

6. Read books and continually grow your knowledge.

7 Tips For Entrepreneurs From Tai Lopez That Are Actually Useful

Tai Lopez has thousands of books at his house; even his garage is filled with them. Being an avid reader, he has created many videos explaining how books helped him transition from poverty to becoming one of the most popular digital products creator and a successful investor.

He chooses what book to read based on how he is feeling at that time. If he is sad, he picks up a book that he knows will leave him feeling happy and content. Moreover, he calls the morning time the “soap of the brain”. Because that is the time when he clears his mind and prepares for the day ahead. Tai prefers to read a classic book in the morning.

Later on, post lunch, he reads the how-to book. As this is the time when he feels a bit slumberous from the food. And before going to bed, he browses through a biography. It’s not a surprise that reading is a big part of Tai’s life.

7. Always be physically fit

7 Tips For Entrepreneurs From Tai Lopez That Are Actually Useful

Long work hours and a poor diet can make it difficult to create time for exercise. Even you do create space in your tight schedule, you will be more likely tired to workout and then recover in time. Don’t worry. You are not alone. Most entrepreneurs and business owners do not work out regularly. In fact, they don’t care about their physical appearance that much.

But regular physical exercise can also benefit in ways other than just improving your aesthetics. This is something Tai Lopez takes very seriously. He believes if you don’t take care of your body than you will breakdown and give up at some point in your entrepreneurial journey.

Apart from weight lifting, Tai is also well versed with martial arts. He has a personal Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu trainer. Moreover, Tai prefers having a team of people who can help him stay fit. A team consists of nutritionist, physios, general physician and a dietician.

A lot of people doubt Tai Lopez and his legitimacy. But his growing popularity amongst successful people like All-Star Chris Paul from the Los Angeles Clippers and NFL superstar Odell Beckham Jr have left no doubts in my mind.

I hope these 7 tips will help you in your entrepreneurial career and make your road to success bump-free. Of course, there is a lot more to learn. I suggest you also check out his recommended books. I am sure you will find some books useful.  

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