As an entrepreneur, you knew you had to work your A off, that your business would become your life, your day and nights, your Sunday evenings, your everything. But as it is very important that you focus completely in the development of your baby business, it turns out that it is also very important that you find that Work/Life balance required to feel that you’re still a human being and not a machine.
I find myself desperately needing this so desired balance, and as it doesn’t come by itself, I started looking around for some advice on how to set myself up for it.
Luckily enough, I found today this article in Under30CEO that made me feel a little dumb.
Of course, the article is just an eye opener, just sit down, read it, find what can YOU do that you have NOT been doing to find your balance…
“Your most unhappy customers are your greatest source of learning.”
“Tus clientes menos felices, son tu mayor fuente de aprendizaje”
“Success is walking from failure to failure with no loss of enthusiasm.”
– Winston Churchill
“Éxito es caminar de fracaso en fracaso sin perder el entusiasmo.”
– Winston Churchill
I´m almost at my 30´s (in 3 days), and I´m constantly evaluating if what I did with my 20´s was worth it, and I´ve found out that there are many things I would do differently if I had the chance.
Now… we all know that that won´t happen so I opted to instead of nag about what already happened, I would learn from my experiences, apply, and move forward.
Reading through my Facebook Timeline, one of my friends posted this very interesting article by Jason Nazar, Co-Founder & CEO, Docstoc.
Please, go straight to reading this article, and if you have any comments, feel free to leave them at the bottom.
I would very much like to know your impressions.
Un emprendedor no se queda con la idea en la cabeza, la baja al corazón y la lleva a la acción. Pasión, es ponerle el corazón a la acción.
An entrepreneur is willing to give his life for his dream; because it is that dream what gives meaning to his life, and he lives to achieve it.
Un emprendedor está dispuesto a dar la vida por su sueño; porque es el sueño, el que le da sentido a su vida, y vive para hacerlo realidad.
As usual, I was taking a look at my favorite blogs and sites for information, and I found this article In one of my favorite go to sources for information.
This article actually nails down every aspect that I encourage my clients to focus on when starting up.
Everyone is so eager to start selling, and everyone wants to be quickly know in the market, but to be able to really make a name in the right market segments, you need to monitor and analyze every aspect of your marketing plan, including your online performance.
Here I leave you with the publication.
Beyond Web Analytics: 5 Types of Online Data You Should Be Tracking
When business owners talk about analytics, they often are referring to web analytics. They talk about setting up tools such as Google Analytics or Adobe’s SiteCatalyst to track page views, test variables and gauge their website’s performance.
But they’re missing the bigger picture. While web analytics are certainly important, they are only one type of metric that entrepreneurs need to know about — especially when starting up.
Here are five other types of analytics you should be monitoring to discover critical information about your business, customers and marketing efforts: