For a roving entrepreneur who spends much of their time traveling, most of their time working, and the rest of their time worrying about work, it’s sometimes easy to leave the most important people in your life by the wayside. However, when life and business hit you the hardest (as it often does in the throes of new business), it’s important to remember that the people who love you the most will be the ones to really keep you afloat.

Due cofounder Murray Newlands recommends prioritizing your loved ones, scheduling time together, keeping communication lines open, and, when possible, traveling with your spouse.

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