Lewis Howes, Entrepreneur published this on October 3:

Becoming an entrepreneur can be attractive for many reasons. You create something where there was nothing before. You innovate and push the envelope. You’re your own boss. You set the rules and call the shots.

But starting your own business requires a continuous amount of dedication and hard work. And sometimes an entrepreneur’s laser-sharp focus on starting up can turn into tunnel vision. This means you lose sight of the journey and more importantly you become separated from the people that you have the pleasure of interacting with through that journey.

 

Great entrepreneurs know that the pursuit of success doesn’t need to make them blind to everything else that’s important in life — like family, health and happiness.

Here are warning signs that your quest to become successful in business might actually be ruining your personal life: