No employee, leader, or company wants to deal with a mistake, failure, or full-blown crisis. Often, leading an organization through a crisis can feel like navigating the Forbidden Forest; there is danger around every turn and with each choice you make, but there is also magic to be found. For many companies, a crisis itself won’t damage your reputation. In fact, it is a leader’s response to a crisis that can have a negative impact. A disaster, while disheartening, can be a moment of truth for your company. A crisis is an indication that something needs to be corrected ...Read More
Let’s face it, the startup life is exciting, fun, and stressful. There is only so much a person can do in a day, and as an entrepreneur, you will try do it all. And you will fail. Rome wasn’t built in a day, and neither is a business. There are fundamental reasons why entrepreneurs experience more stress than a regular employee. In fact, entrepreneurs are 50% more likely to suffer from a mental illness than the rest of the population. In a world where one in five people suffer from a mental disorder, entrepreneurs are far more likely to ...Read More
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Mindfulness is more than just a trend; it’s an invaluable business skill. Major companies like Aetna, Google, and General Mills have all incorporated mindfulness into their workplace culture to improve employee wellness. A fast growing trend in leadership training, mindfulness is on the way to becoming a billion-dollar industry. In fact, mindfulness is so powerful that it has the ability to decrease your stress, strengthen your focus, improve your communication, and boost your mood. Mindfulness hones a leader’s communication skills and increases employee well-being. For the ever-hustling entrepreneur, incorporating mindfulness into your daily routine is a no-brainer.
What is mindfulness?
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As a busy entrepreneur, it can be tempting to create gargantuan new year’s resolutions and expectations for your business in 2019. Although “hustle” may be your middle name, over-aspirational goals can actually hinder, more than help, your growing business. Because success doesn’t happen overnight, your resolutions should be dedicated to your long-term goals. By taking care of yourself first, being kind, and planning ahead, you can set yourself up for an awesome year.
Take Care of Yourself, First
It’s no secret that entrepreneurs hustle 24/7. But doing more doesn’t necessarily guarantee success. Rest and relaxation can fuel the fire for growth. ...Read More