1. Wake Up Earlier
Before launching my business, I would read profiles about entrepreneurs who would wake up at o’dark-thirty to ride their bicycles to the office or swim laps in the pool to start their day. But somehow, when we started the food truck, I assumed that I would have plenty of time to continue my workouts, even while managing my growing business.
The truth was, I underestimated the power of getting up early. I quickly found that managing inventory and employees, meeting with local businesses about vending opportunities, prepping the food, and posting on Twitter were things that simply could not wait until 9 AM (my old wakeup time)—especially if I wanted to get a workout in that day… Read More
By Kianta Key