Creative entrepreneurs have it easy in the sense that they can work whenever they want, typically on whatever they want, and they are following their goals and dreams in the process. With that said, it’s tough being a creative entrepreneur when your entire livelihood revolves around you creating art, if you will.
That is especially the case when you get behind on work for whatever reason, or slightly take your foot off the gas pedal.
For these creative folks, we will be unleashing two ways you can hustle even more than you already do … without breaking a sweat.
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2 Ways Creative Entrepreneurs Can Hustle Without Breaking A Sweat
- Adding An Extra Time Block Consisting Of Nothing But Work
- Working A Little More On The Weekends
Adding An Extra Time Block Consisting Of Nothing But Work
Here’s the deal: If you want to hustle more, then you have to work more. You could also be more productive, but you are an entrepreneur, so you likely are already being the most productive version of yourself.
Instead of working for longer periods of time, why not try to add an extra time block into the mix? No, it doesn’t have to be every day, although it could be if you are feeling extremely motivated. This time block should consist of you, your work, maybe some coffee and nothing else. No cellphones, no TV, no distractions from roommates. It should just be an hour or two or three or four of you focusing on work — nothing else.
Just so you don’t feel too overwhelmed with this extra time block consisting of work, it might be in your best interest to travel to a place in which you are your most creative version of yourself, such as a coffee shop.
This little technique could lead to you getting done with more work without you felling too overwhelmed, or it could lead to you simply getting back on track.
Working A Little More On The Weekends
You’re an entrepreneur, a dream chaser, so you likely already work on the weekends. If you don’t, then you should. Not only could working on the weekends help you break up the week — because you will ideally have less work to do during the week since you are incorporating workdays on the weekend — but it can also really help you get ahead of the competition.
Surely, you can sacrifice three to 10 hours total on the weekend, right? Most people squander a large amount of time on the weekend by sitting around, relaxing and watching TV. While we aren’t trying to knock that, because everyone needs downtime, we are saying that if you aren’t happy with your success, then you should be doing something about it. You don’t have to take the weekends off just because people you know do.
Working a little more on the weekends can go a long way, especially if you are consistent with these extra efforts.
This is the perfect way for you to hustle even more than you already do without breaking a sweat. Use it to your advantage, creative entrepreneurs.
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