Every business starts with a ‘honeymoon’ phase.
That’s the period just before and after you start your business.
It’s a period filled with excitement, confidence, and passion.
You’re excited because you finally created something out of that idea you’ve always had.
You’re confident because the future looks very bright.
And you feel a lot of passion because you’re finally doing something you love.
The honeymoon period ends.
And then the reality of building a business starts to hit you.
You realize there is a lot of work to do.
There’s a huge pile of tasks, deadlines, and commitments.
And, in fact, some things are not working out the way you planned.
And you’re under a lot of stress and pressure — financial, physical, mental and emotional pressures.
And gradually, you start to feel less excited about your business.
You start to have doubts and feel less and less confident about the future.
Even your passion too has dropped.
This is a situation every entrepreneur goes through.
And if you’re building a business, you know exactly how it feels.
I have personally experienced it several times.
In this week’s episode of the Smallstarter Business Podcast, I explore 6 ways I personally deal with the pressures and stresses of building a business.
These are tough and uncertain times.
Many entrepreneurs are struggling internally as they deal with the harsh and uncertain business environment.
That’s why you need to listen to this episode.