Contributed by Noah B. Rosenfarb, a member of the Entrepreneurs’ Organization (EO) and a certified public accountant who helps entrepreneurs increase cash flow, sell their companies successfully, manage their wealth and create predictable passive income.
1. Invest in Yourself
We all invest our time and money in people and things. The best investment for entrepreneurs is always going to be in themselves. This could mean your health, education, well-being or relationships—anything that can fine-tune and improve your life will bring the highest return on investment because the cost is often very small.
Invest in yourself in both small and big ways. For example, hire a housekeeper so that you can stay focused on higher-value tasks. Get a massage every week to relax. Spend time with your family without distractions. Often, prioritizing time to exercise your body and mind will produce great returns.