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Quickfire tips to improve your mental fitness and give your business a boost

17 June 2021 8:17 PM
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Entrepreneurship
The Money Show
Bruce Whitfield
Nic Haralambous
small business
entrepreneurs
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How to Start a Side Hustle
starting a side hustle
mental fitness

Bruce Whitfield interviews side hustle guru Nic Haralambous about how to best keep going and avoid that mid-year slump.
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It's not easy building a business.

Being an entrepreneur requires a particular skill set and mental fitness is not least among them, says Nic Haralambous.


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The side hustle expert shares seven quickfire tips he uses to help with mental fitness:

• I have stopped being busy for the sake of being busy (No more virtue-signalling busyness)

• If there is nothing to be done, I don't feel guilty for doing nothing (Just settle down and do nothing for an hour)

• I obsess about the work itself, not the output of the work (If you enjoy the work it doesn't matter what the output is like)

• I've shifted how my ego is fed from being right, to learning (I feel good when I learn)

• I focus on being prolific, not perfect (Nobody is really a perfectionist)

• I say "no" to more things than I say "yes" to

• I've started thinking long term (5+ years) about projects I start

Use this mindset to ward off the mid-year slump says Haralambous.

We're in the middle of June; it's the middle of the year; it feels like you've been working for two years and you've still got six months of the year to go...

Nic Haralambous, Entrepreneur and author

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17 June 2021 8:17 PM
Tags:
Entrepreneurship
The Money Show
Bruce Whitfield
Nic Haralambous
small business
entrepreneurs
side hustle
How to Start a Side Hustle
starting a side hustle
mental fitness

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