In the end, you'll have to prioritize your life needs and choose the work that lets you meet those priorities. Founding your own company often means you'll be working hours you're not super pumped about. But as long as you keep your eye on the prize and know your intention behind your decision, you're on the right track.
Remember This: It can be overwhelming to balance the priorities of pursuing your entrepreneurial dream with the day-to-day realities of life. But when you're feeling discouraged remind yourself why you're doing it. Keep your eye on the prize, you're on the road to something incredible.
This tip comes from Levi Baer. Levi is an Community builder, educator, trainer, and co-founder of Second Shift Chicago. Hit him up with questions on transitioning from full-time to your time on Twitter, @mysterybaer.
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