Working in or running a startup can be a demanding and draining experience, on both body and mind. The danger of burn-out is clear and present. This is why personal well-being should always be a top priority.
What if I told you that having a side hustle can boost your productivity and performance in your “day job”? If I’m guessing right, you might find that hard to believe. After all, isn’t the idea of a side hustle to eventually quit your main job and turn it into your own little – or big – startup?
Just like the way to a man’s heart is invariably through the stomach (anyone who contests otherwise is simply wrong), the art to living well involves the same journey. The latter is a simple question of personal well-being. Starttech announces partnership with dia-trofis.gr was last modified: January 8th, 2020 by Graham Wood
To be yourself, or not to be yourself. Which is more helpful in helping you succeed, both professionally and personally?
Inspiration. It’s a funny old thing. One minute you have it, the next it escapes you. One thing is certain though, it is always closer to home than you think.
Relationships. They can make you or break your personal growth. There’s no doubt about that.
Summer time and the living is easy. Right? In theory yes, but the summer slowdown should not be your escape from reality. Worse still, it should not be about a total escape from your professional life.
Talent versus skill. Skill versus talent. To be a successful entrepreneur, which is most important? The answer to this one is easy. Skill, skill, and skill again.
Let’s get emotional. Well not like that. I’m talking emotional intelligence. Have you checked yours lately? If not, then you should.
Ego and confidence. You can’t have one without the other, right? And you need both to build a successful business, right? Wrong. Ego versus confidence – don’t let the former destroy your startup was last modified: January 7th, 2020 by Graham Wood