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Finding Life and Entrepreneurial Balance in 2020

Achieving work-life balance is not a matter of prioritising one over the other. It is not worth arguing whether life is more important than work or the other way around. The truth is, both are important in their own right.

Finding balance between the two is about dedicating time for both. And when it is time to do either of them, make it non-negotiable. You need to be strict about how you spend your time. If not, you may end up sacrificing more than you can imagine.

In the coming year, make it a point to focus on achieving your business goals without neglecting your relationships and yourself. Here are some reminders worth noting.


Prioritise Your Health. Without a healthy body, you cannot achieve anything. You need to stay healthy to meet the exacting demands of your business. Your loved ones need you to be physically present for them too.


Communicate Clearly. Make sure that your message has been understood by the recipient. This clarity will help everyone to manage their expectations. It will be a lot easier to align one’s actions when the goal is clear and the role is defined.


Accept Your Shortcomings. Even if you are the boss, it is important to hold yourself accountable for your actions. Owning up to your mistakes reminds you of the importance of respecting your limitations. It can also promote self-awareness that leads to growth.     


Acknowledge Your Limitations. Come to terms with the fact that you cannot do it all alone. It would work to your advantage if you focus on the things you do well. As for the things outside of your expertise, delegate or outsource them to those who can handle them better.   

The truth is, working to achieve work-life balance is a constant process. But that does not diminish its importance. Your business gives you fulfillment and your relationships give you purpose. You need both for a successful and rewarding life.  

Perhaps one of the greatest successes in life is having the best of both worlds. With a successful business and harmonious relationships, no one can ask for more. 

Once you achieve your goals on both aspects, you can put your business for sale Australia and attract investors. Attracting their interest can be regarded as a validation of a job well done by you. Your ability to sustain a valuable business and keep your relationships intact is remarkable indeed. If you need assistance in attracting investors, contact our team. You can forward your enquiries through phone 03 9226 9222, fax 03 9078 6315 or email

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