12 Mar The reason I’m in Austria today and Greece on Saturday.
The short answer is, “Because I’m an entrepreneur.”
The long answer is because I’m going on an 8-day guided ski trip to the Austrian Alps.
That last sentence is bonkers to me.
Here’s the ski map of the 10 interconnected mountains I’ll be skiing.
Here’s the view from the hotel.
That alone would be an amazing adventure, but then on Saturday I’m flying to Santorini, a small Greek island, to meet my wife.
I have a speaking engagement in Athens, Greece so we decided to add a few days before and after the event.
Here’s the place we’re staying. Not the village, the balcony of the place Jenny rented.
When I left for Austria, Jenny said “Make sure you drop your skis off in Munich. See you in Santorini!”
That’s maybe the most James Bond thing someone has ever said to me.
So how am I able to do this?
Because when you build a business, you also build a life.
If you want to go skiing in Europe or sell a thousand candles to support your favorite non-profit, Thistle Farms, or take a month off in the summer, you can do that.
We tend to over focus on the grind.
We listen to loudmouth gurus who tell us to work 90 hours a week.
We believe that being an entrepreneur means always going hard.
Sometimes it does mean that, but more than that, it means designing the kind of life you want.
This year, mine includes skiing the Alps. Next year? Who knows.
What shape do you want your life to have?
Is being home when your kid gets off the bus each afternoon the goal?
Is getting your voice heard as you sell your book the goal?
Is traveling with your spouse the goal?
I don’t know what the goal is, but I know that you’ll get a whole lot closer to it if you take the 90 Days of Business Hustle Course.
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I don’t know if you’ll build your own company or just have an amazing side hustle.
But I do know this. It’s time for you and me to go find your Alps.