Virgin Magazine has been searching out the best advice for entrepreneurs. And Fantastic Services CEO and Co-Founder Rune Sovndahl was one of those they asked for input…
Starting your own business is a stressful endeavour. And mental illness also seems to be more of a danger to solo business owners. So what makes a happy entrepreneur?
Check out the article for some great entrepreneurial hints and tips focused on wellbeing.
Virgin.com, with its famous CEO entrepreneur Richard Branson, is often a good source for hints and tips if you’re considering going into business for yourself.
The evidence suggests that mental illness is a problem that entrepreneurs are more likely to suffer from than the general public. So what should you do to safeguard your mental health if you’ve just started, or are planning to start, your own business?
Entrepreneur Hints and Tips For Wellbeing
The article that Rune was asked to contribute to features advice from top business leaders working in several different industries.
Some of the top tips for entrepreneurs offered – specifically to improve your happiness – include:
- Get out of the office – this is Rune’s contribution to the article. The Fantastic Services CEO is crazy about cave diving, and highly recommends getting out of the office in order to relax.
- Organise your time – Brand Foundation founder Jerry Brand recommends starting early, and using your first hour to organise and prepare yourself for the day.
- Pace yourself – Louise Boland, Managing Director of Opus Energy, suggests picking your battles, goals, and knowing when to stop for the day.
But that’s by no means all of the tips covered – or even all of the details provided regarding those tips we’ve mentioned here!
If you’re a new business owner, or about to begin your foray into the world of company ownership, this article is a great place to go for coping and personal organisation strategy points to bear in mind.
Get More Advice For Entrepreneurs
Visit the Virgin Magazine website and see more entrepreneurial tips for yourself. The whole of the “How to be a happy entrepreneur” article, in particular, is well worth your time.