Having a healthy business, healthy relationships, and staying healthy yourself are all important for the long-term growth of your business. Unfortunately, health is also something that many entrepreneurs forget to invest in. For this week’s Gig Economy News, we’re raising a glass to your health. Also, read on for a very important announcement.
If you’re an entrepreneur in the US, at some point you’ve probably been concerned about your health insurance options. For many Americans, this fear of health care, or lack there of, is what continues to hold them back from following their dreams. We’d like to help change that. This year, we’ve teamed up with some of the biggest names in the tech biz to improve access to health care for freelancers and entrepreneurs. Check out how we’re taking a stand to improve your health care access on The on our blog.
Is Your City Health-Conscious?
You’ve probably heard about cities trying to appeal to big businesses like Amazon, but what are they doing to improve the health of their startup ecosystem? If you feel that your city isn’t creating the supportive infrastructure your business could benefit from, then you’ll want to check out this article from Venture Beat. Who knows, maybe you’ll be the one to reach out and motivate your city to do better!
Thoughts on – Double Check Your Work
As with any venture, there are healthy and unhealthy habits for entrepreneurs who want to cultivate growth in their business. Taking a little time to fine-tune your habits so that you’re making healthy choices can make a big difference! Check out our tips for healthy habits for entry-level entrepreneurs.
How Are Your Relationships Feeling?
Speaking of habits, it’s time to have a frank conversation with yourself about where your professional relationships stand and what you can do create stronger, healthier connections. Entrepreneurship requires a broad range of skills, but cultivating healthy relationships with partners, customers, and influencers and is critical to your business’ well-being. Keep your relationship habits in check with this piece from the Huffington Post.
How do you make sure you and your business stay healthy? Tell us in the comments!