5 Things Successful Entrepreneurs do on the Weekends

5 Things Successful Entrepreneurs do on the Weekends

If you are like most people, you probably want to spend your Saturday and Sunday sleeping; only to roll out of bed and onto the couch to veg out in front of a little mindless TV — but hey , just until it’s time to change out of your sweats and into real clothes for dinner and a fun night of drinking. Right?

Yeah, that’s most people, but not entrepreneurs.

They use their time a little more wisely—because they realize if they want to be successful, they have to go do something about it. Follow their lead and you can become more productive, too… even on a Saturday.

Here are five things successful entrepreneurs do on the weekends:

1. They Wake up early.

Savvy entrepreneurs know that if they sleep in on Saturdays and Sundays, their sleep schedule will be thrown off for the rest of the week.

They also know that the most productive hours of the day are usually in the morning—and if they have work to do this weekend and want time left over for some recreation, they have to set their alarm clock earlier.

Try 5:30 in the morning. Twitter co-founder and Square CEO Jack Dorsey rises at 5:30 a.m. to go for a six-mile jog and then catches up on any business he didn’t get to do during the work-week.

2. Indulge in exercise.

The only thing that entrepreneurs choose to indulge in on the weekend is exercise. Because they often don’t have the time to fit in a good workout Monday through to Friday, the weekend is the perfect time for some much-needed cardio.

Even more efficient, make your exercise something recreational with the family. Activities like kayaking, hiking, biking and friendly sports skirmishes all help relieve some of the tension and monotony of the workweek.

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