Being “rich” is no longer solely defined by how much money you make. Today, freedom is valued nearly as much as income. For a growing part of the workforce, making hundreds of thousands of dollars a year while working 60-80 hours a week isn’t a worthy trade-off. In fact, many people turn to entrepreneurship for exactly this reason: they want the opportunity to make big bucks while maintaining control over their own schedules. Unfortunately, this is easier said than done. In many cases, owning a business is more restrictive than working for someone else. However, there are things you can do as you build your business to avoid handcuffing yourself to your desk. With these tips you’ll be able to carve out the freedom to work and play.