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Sunday, October 08, 2017 by Axim
I quit my job at the beginning of this year to start a business with my co-founders.
Life has become a little more difficult. I work about 16 hours a day on my business. Without surprise, dating has become much more difficult.
Circumstances are different now that I’m running a company versus last year when I was working a 9-5. My priorities have shifted dramatically and I have a different outlook on the world. My time is limited and it’s hard to find someone who really understands that I’m doing everything that I can to chase my dreams right now.
Due to this change in lifestyle, I’ve had to alter how I approach dating to accommodate my new circumstances. Although I had to learn many of these lessons the hard way and I’m always learning new things, here are some tips on how to manage dating while running a business. Note that these tips are focused especially on how to approach dating as an entrepreneur, rather than approaching relationships per se.
Set expectations early
Dating while working 80 hour weeks to get your business off the ground is no easy task. It comes with challenges that normal relationships don’t have.
The truth is when you’re an entrepreneur, you’re balancing multiple priorities: you have your business, your family and the other important people in your life. One of the biggest problems entrepreneurs face, or really anybody who is passionate about something that takes up a lot of time, is finding balance.
It’s good to set expectations early that your time is limited and that your business is obviously a large priority in your life. It’s good to give your new partner a fair warning so that they understand exactly what they are signing up for.
Become good at making plans
Entrepreneurs are constantly looking at their calendars, I know I have a tab open with my Google calendar at all times. Our calendars are full of obligations that include internal meetings, partner meetings, client visits and investor calls, just to name a few. Ironically, when it comes to dating, entrepreneurs tend to do everything last minute and rarely make formal plans.
It’s alright to make dating plans in a similar fashion to business meetings. You don’t want the person you’re dating to think they are an afterthought. Setting up plans with them more than 24 hours in advance will let them know that they are priority.
I am not insisting that you send a calendar invite to the person that you are dating — actually, I suggest you don’t. All I am suggesting is that you set up blocks of time for the person you're dating in advance, rather than just last minute dates.
As a tech entrepreneur, it’s no surprise that I leverage technology (i.e. Tinder, OkCupid, etc.) to meet people.
Entrepreneurs are busy. We don’t have time to be constantly out at bars and clubs trying to meet people. Also, the chances of romantically meeting someone in a coffee shop, library or a gym are pretty damn slim.
This is why dating apps or sites are great. You are able to match with people that you can potentially date without wasting too much time. This way you can focus on getting to know someone versus spending effort and time trying to meet someone.