Craving certain foods is not horrible, however when not handled properly they can lead to weight gain and missed goals.
What ever your values are, you want them to be congruent with those of your business. As an entrepreneur, it is extremely important that you acknowledge and demonstrate your values at all times.
As a parent entrepreneur, you know there is a ton of information out there about running a business. However, most of it works best for those who are not focused on having more time with their family. Those who do not have a family yet, or have children that are grown up are able to spend a lot more hours on getting things done.
Creating new habits can be scary when you are trying to do it alone. Unfortunately, for many this is how they do it. Everyone has times in their lives where they want to create new habits or change a behavior for the better. As a parent entrepreneur, you most likely encounter this on a regular basis.
When beginning a new habit or making a change in your life, it is easy when you first begin. However, after a few days to a week our so-called “willpower” begins to wear off.
Even if we really hate doing something such as getting up in the morning to run – or taking time to plan our day - we say we can still do it as long as our willpower holds out. However, once the willpower runs out, we can no longer seem to get ourselves to do that thing.