Maybe we’re tired of the crusty baby-boomers’ business model, or maybe we just have more resources and technology available to us. Whatever the deciding factor, it’s a fact that an unprecedented amount of recent college grads and undergrad students are forming their own startup companies. But between classes, current jobs, student loans and that ever-important social life, staying focused on your startup can be challenging. The best way to keep your entrepreneurial dreams in sight is to develop habits. Developing the right productivity habits and, more importantly, making sure those habits stick will help you stay focused on your startup.
I’m a sucker for learning and improving my personal productivity habits. This is a good article in that it doesn’t necessarily cover any specific habits to form, but rather the mentality you should have create those types of habits. Good stuff.
Staying Focused on Your Startup: How to Build Habits That Stick