This holiday season is a bit different for entrepreneurs. Instead of taking vacations and going on shopping sprees, they’re probably busy brainstorming their next genius idea to get innovative and stay afloat during the ongoing pandemic. Some might just be too busy to even tell you what’s on their wish list. So, we put together a list of the best gift ideas for the entrepreneurs in your life.

Or, maybe you’re the entrepreneur and want to share this list with your loved ones (wink wink).

For entrepreneurs who need more self-care time.

Aromatherapy Essential Oil Diffuser Gift Set - The best way to destress, unwind, and focus is with a little essential oil wellness. This premier essence diffuser comes with 20 essential plant oils, four timers, and seven ambient light settings to fit any mood your entrepreneur is feeling,

Apothecary Jar Candles - Entrepreneurs are in their workspace for hours at a time, so why not make it a little less stressful? With these hand-poured scented wax candles in an aesthetic jar, any entrepreneur is sure to feel invigorated and inspired.

Self-Care Spa Gift Box - If you’re looking for an all-in-one gift that will give your recipient options for self-care breaks, then try this relaxation gift box. It’s filled with handcrafted products that contain ultra-clean ingredients and pure essential oils. Plus, you’ll be supporting a small business in Austin, Texas with every purchase.

The Box of Emotions - Putting words to feelings isn’t always easy for entrepreneurs when their minds are racing at a hundred miles per hour. Encourage understanding and communication of emotions with this card game that was designed to make sense of moods and nurture self-awareness.

MindJournal - The power of daily journaling is amazing - you’re able to reflect, evaluate your mental state, set goals, and express creativity in a positive outlet. Share this mindfulness power with your fellow entrepreneur through a handy journal they can take anywhere. Mind Journal is proven to help reduce stress, increase happiness, improve physical health, and higher productivity.

For entrepreneurs who love to learn.

Kindle - What better way to learn all about the world of entrepreneurship than with a device that gives you access to a global library of information. Kindles offer so much inspiration beyond what the internet can provide with endless brain fuel for your ideas.

StackSkills Lifetime Membership - Whether it’s learning a new language, how to code, creating websites, learning marketing strategies, or starting up a business, StackSkills has just about every course on any skill you want to learn. Each course is taught by professionals in a specified industry, so you know you’re giving (or getting) quality information. And with a lifetime membership, the possibilities are endless.

A Great Entrepreneur Book (Or Several) - You can never go wrong with a good book! This year taught a lot of entrepreneurs how to pivot and get innovative, so if you know someone who’s interested in diving deeper, gift them “Rework” by Jason Fried. For those just starting out in the entrepreneur world, try “The Art of Start” by Guy Kawasaki or “The Lean Startup” by Eric Ries. And for those who just want to learn how to get more creative in their field, check out “Ignore Everybody: and 39 Other Keys to Creativity” by Hugh MacLeod.

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