If I had hair, it would be on fire today. I’m only a few days into my startup, but there’s already so much to do, it’s nearly overwhelming (It’s also exhilarating, and I’m a closet stressmonger. Shhhh).
As an entrepreneur, with or without hair, you’ve got to wear a lot of hats. Today, I drafted the content for an online class, hired a graphic artist to design my book cover, pitched my business to a potential marketing partner, made some changes to my legal entity with my lawyer, and conducted a client coaching session.
But the toughest part about a day in the life as an entrepreneur is the tyranny of choice. There are 100+ things on my to-do list, and nobody to tell me what’s what. So, I’ve got to prioritize up the wazoo. That’s one of the untold secrets of entrepreneurial success: Figure out what to do now, and what NOT to do now (aka ever).