The math of exercise
Small business ownership is hard work. Physically demanding, stressful, mind numbing work – and that’s on the good days. But, like you, I wouldn’t trade it for the world. One of benefits of small business entrepreneurialism is that you are free – free to work any 80 hours a week you choose, right?
But, yet, there’s still no time for marketing at the end of day.
That’s the number one complaint I hear from small businesses – I just don’t have enough time to do it all.
Well, I’ve found a magic way to get some time back each day. It’ not a marketing tip, but since I’m thinking it might help free up some time to do more marketing, it’s fair game.
The secret to getting more time each day is to invest some in exercise. I know you know that and don’t need me to tell you how to live, I just know that every single day I get some exercise I get more done. Mind you, I don’t do it enough, but I can tell you that investing 30 of the 1440 minutes I have in a day in exercise always doubles up and pays off.
So are in you small business shape? Have you discovered the mathematical time paradox of exercise?
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