Are startups soul sucking? Is entrepreneurship the only route to success? Startups are hard. Entrepreneurship is hard. You spend all your days working on something hard, which has a 90% chance of failure. How can you ensure you enjoy the process? What are some alternatives to entrepreneurship and also being ultra successful?

Well, if you're a successful entrepreneur that means you've built a business and not just a job that sucks. If you're working 90 hours a week for little to no money, you're not a successful entrepreneur.

Successful entrepreneurs have cash flowing businesses and design companies where the tasks and responsibilities are delegated to people holding defined roles on an org chart.

So yes, It is easy to have work life balance when you're a successful entrepreneur.

If you need help getting to that point, request a call or maybe invest 3 hours into the program I put together to tackle this very issue. You can find it at


David C Barnett

Answered 4 years ago

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