Are business owners too busy for family life?

You’ve heard the adage time after time: Age is just a number. But when it comes to an entrepreneur founding a company, are there maxims involved, with regard to age?





Erin Strang
President + CEO, CMURC

When the alarm clock rings, what goes through your head? Are you excited to start your day? I’m not expecting your answer to be yes every morning, but ask yourself—and answer honestly—if you’re happy with what you do.

The reality is that you spend just as much time at work as you do at home. If you get up around 6 a.m. to be to work by 8 a.m., work until 5 p.m., and go to bed at 10 p.m., you would’ve been up for 16 hours—half of which you spent at work.

Life is short. You should look in the mirror and be able to tell yourself that you’re living your passion.

If you can’t, it’s never too late to reassess what you’re doing. Ask yourself if you have what it takes to be an entrepreneur, realize your dream, and make things happen. If the answers are yes, yes, and yes, there’s no better time to start.

Here in MUSE you’ll get the uncensored truth about being an entrepreneur. It’s information you need to know—but might not know to ask.

Use this information as a guide to do something to inspire us all.

Diamond in the Rough

Look objectively at people and opportunities. You never know who or what will sparkle after a good polish.

Method to Your Madness

Don’t worry about what others think of your ideas. When you know what you want, make a plan and go for it—even if “they” think you’re crazy.

Don’t Cry Over Spilled Milk

There’s no use spending time thinking about what could’ve been. Quickly convert your time into thinking about what’s next.

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