Today I am taking you through a framework that I have been working on for the better part of the last five years. This framework encompasses and represents what Entrepology truly is all about — the investigation and study of what it takes to be a high-performing entrepreneur — where I’ve found that the confluence for this existing is in understanding and breaking apart the mindset of what drives people to create, their capacity to take risks, their health, and of course their inherent entrepreneurial skills that bring it all together. 


What I am taking you all through today is a list of eight categories of things that, together, encompass the “Entrepology Life System” (or ELS for short). All of these pieces are important considerations that we need to be aware of and have in balance that will help enable us to live a successful, fulfilling life. 


Key Takeaways: 

[:42] About today’s solo episode about the “Entrepology Life System.” 

[4:38] About my upcoming 5:00 a.m. project and how it ties into this conversation. 

[5:20] I’m interested in hearing from you! Let me know your thoughts on these eight categories or if you think there are more categories to add over on my Instagram @DrMeghanWalker! 

[5:40] Element #1: Knowing your purpose or having a sense of purpose. 

[9:00] Element #2: Having clarity around understanding the impact that you want to have in the world. 

[10:17] Element #3: Income, finances, and time. 

[12:56] Element #4: What are you doing to tend to your growth? 

[14:58] Element #5: Making space for your relationships. 

[18:09] Element #6: What experiences do you want to have in your life? 

[20:28] Element #7: Your health. 

[22:48] Element #8: Your legacy (financially, intergenerationally, and your intellectual property). 

[26:45] Summarizing the eight elements of the ELS. 

[27:40] More about my upcoming 5:00 a.m. project (the Entrepology Planner) and how to stay up-to-date on it! 

[31:00] Would you be interested in the Entrepology Planner? Head on over to; you can download an exclusive version of one of the limited edition copies! 

[32:23] What did you think of the ELS? Let me know over on my Instagram @DrMeghanWalker! 


Mentioned in This Episode: 

IMPACT LIVEs — November 18th‒21st, 

The Entrepology Planner


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How do you feel about the 8 categories that we went through today? Would you add anything to the list? Let us know over on my Instagram @DrMeghanWalker! 




“Having a fulfilling life [or] winning at life is about more than just how much money you make.” — Meghan Walker 


“Purpose, in my mind, is the confluence of things we’re good at, things we’re passionate about, and things that enable us to have a contribution.” — Meghan Walker 


“Impact is different from your purpose. You can get up every single day and live your purpose, but then the question is: What type of impact do you want to have? Are you having the impact that you want to be having?” — Meghan Walker 


“Impact is where our purpose gets to come to life. It’s the tangible results of that purpose.” — Meghan Walker 


“When you’re clear on the things that you want in each of these categories, you’re also clear on the things you’re willing to cut out. … This is your life. This is your opportunity to build things with intention.” — Meghan Walker 


“There isn’t one particular area that is necessarily more important but there also isn’t one particular area that we can do without.” — Meghan Walker