The psychological price of entrepreneurship is one that is often a taboo topic. No one ever said building a company is easy, but its time to be honest about how brutal it really is. Successful entrepreneurs achieve hero status in our culture. We idolise the Mark Zuckerbergs and the Elon Musks, and we celebrate the blazingly fast growth of the Inc. 500 companies. But many of those entrepreneurs harbor secret demons: Before they made it big, they struggled through moments of near-debilitating anxiety and despair-times when it seemed everything might crumble.
Stop telling yourself you're not good enough. Stop thinking you're less. Stop walking around with your head to the ground, picking at every flaw, focusing on every deficiency, making a list of wrongs just to tape it to your chest and label yourself as unworthy.
The startup lifestyle is known to be stressful and challenging, but it’s also meant to be satisfying and fulfilling, with you as the entrepreneur in control of your own destiny. Unfortunately, it doesn’t always work out that way.
If you’re running an online business, then you’re still going to want to have some form of presence in the offline world & help to humanise your business.
“Bonjour Madame, do you have a little bit of change to share with me please?” What good can happen to a young homeless man on a cold December night in Geneva with 4 Francs and a good luck wish?
Email newsletters are bigger than ever before, and with the rise of the digital sphere, the ways in which we can create and consume content are constantly adapting and evolving. One method which has gained particular popularity in recent months is the email newsletter.