Along the long, winding path that finally leads to figuring out why self-made entrepreneurs and businesspersons work so hard for themselves as opposed to building someone else’s dream (an employer), there is definitely a period of time during which material indulgence appears to be the main goal. You’ll be lucky not to go through that phase of focusing on accumulating a little bit of material wealth as an entrepreneur, but I suppose it’s all part of the journey.
I mean it really is nice to be able to look at something you really want and not have to worry about how much it costs, whether it’s a luxury product, a car maybe, a property or even an experience. One of the perks of being a successful, self-made businessperson is indeed being able to afford a lot more of whatever it is your heart desires, but there indeed comes a time when the ultimate goal of entrepreneurship inevitably hits you, at which time how much you spend and what you spend it on is really immaterial. That ultimate goal is just having more control of your time and being free to do more of the things you want to do. Whether you want to simply exercise and de-stress, order some cannabis from an e-shop like Healing Nug to smoke up and relax, or even visit a spa for a massage, you would have to put in the work necessary to reach that point. Of course, this is opposed to working most of your life with those things you feel you have to do. There should be a strict balance between the effort you put in, and the rewards you get from it. An eight-to-four job is one such example of something which entrepreneurs work particularly hard to be free of and work hard they do!
It’s a little bit of an irony referring to an eight-to-four job as an aspect of life entrepreneurs work hard to break free of because if you look at the life of a typical entrepreneur, the amount of time and effort they put into their work stretches far beyond the eight hours per day forming part of an eight-to-four job. It’s more like a 24-hour job with your subconscious mind working even while you sleep. So with all the hard work that goes into essentially making all that money, it’s no wonder why some of the busiest bodies appear to spare no expense when they relax and unwind. You really can’t blame those busy bodies who drop $40,000 or so per night to relax and unwind on Richard Branson’s Necker Island, in the same way, that you can’t blame the high-rolling, so-called whales for funding their online gambling accounts on sites like Mansion 88 with tens of thousands of dollars or for visiting physical casinos to blow some serious cash.
To the onlooker, this type of spending may appear to be senseless, but entrepreneurs who work really hard simply need to balance out the scales by spending just as hard to unwind and relax. However, not everyone who wants to relax spends a boatload of money as a few might. It is a broad term that encompasses a multitude of components. For some, this could mean purchasing a few products from one of the dispensaries near them and enjoying those at the end of the day and at weekends. For others, relaxation could be exercise, an episode of their favourite TV show, a bath, or simply lying on the bed for 15 minutes or so. Some others, especially those who are acutely stressed about their professional life and suffer from bouts of anxiety might feel like indulging in acts of self-pleasure using Cartoon Porno and adult toys to get rid of some tense feelings.
Science believes that self-pleasure can lead to the release of the chemical oxytocin during orgasm and lower cortisol levels (cortisol is to blame for increased stress in the body). Yet others might feel calm by pursuing their hobby. For instance, a handful of individuals find respite in painting and crafts. So, it is clear that methods of relaxation can differ from person to person. It all boils down to the choice of the individual.