2 Helpful Non-business activities for Entrepreneurs

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By: MJ Gonzales | Executive Chronicles

Time is so precious that’s why entrepreneurs don’t like to waste their hours and minutes doing nonsense things. Most likely they tend to focus on activities that are connected to their profitable ventures. However they tend to forget that doing the same stuff over and over will also get them bored, exhausted, and stressed. Here are two activities that may help business minded individuals to revitalize their senses and cope with stress:

Attend social functions to let out ideas and gather your thoughts

Mingling with equally business-minded or positive individuals will definitely uplift your spirit. Furthermore, it’s also liberating to act and talk without thinking your products and services because it’s all about you. You’re letting your inner child, artist or wackiness to breathe fresh air.  In return, it slowly helps you to ease the boredom and self-imposed limitations.

Also by doing this, you eventually enjoy sincere chatting that serve you not only new connections, but also bonds to rely on in the future.  Let’s say you’re into and you have travel agency and then you find that into sports materials and event organizing. You can talk about your entrepreneurial journeys, as well some deals you can possibly do together soon.  Furthermore, you may also learn so many business tactics that you will never know by browsing your mobile phone or reading books.

Greenly, Flex Your Muscles with Gardening

According to Good Housekeeping Magazine, some of the health benefits of gardening is it helps to make you smile, burn calories, and boosts your immune system.  On the other hand, the study in Netherlands found out that gardening is better than other leisure activities such as reading to ease stress.

“After completing a stressful task, two groups of people were instructed to either read indoors or garden for 30 minutes. Afterward, the group that gardened reported being in a better mood than the reading group, and they also had lower levels of the stress hormone cortisol,” the research revealed, via CNN.