Entrepreneurship can flat out invigorating. The mission, the passion, the idea, the newness…for serial entrepreneurs like myself, it’s nothing short of a thrilling high. But it can also be a lonely and frustratingly nightmarish place to be. Even the most zealous entrepreneurs can get overwhelmed by the hardships, the unforeseen
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Entrepreneurial burnout: the quiet force that can rip entrepreneurial dreams right out from under your feet. It's no secret that entrepreneurship is incredibly hard. Most entrepreneurs work insane hours, hold tightly to their business idea, have inadequate funding, and face enormous pressure - a perfect recipe for entrepreneurial burnout. Plus,
As a serial start up founder, M&A practitioner, and pro bono coach and mentor to early stage start up founders, I have had the privilege of working with some amazingly bright and talented individuals. There is nothing as exciting as working with passionate and determine people to achieve their goals.
A few weeks ago I shared a pivotal startup entrepreneur truth: Launching a startup company is one thing; scaling it to success is another. I related this to the idea that birthing a baby is one thing, but raising it to adulthood is another. In both cases, the former is
Putting a Spin on the Coaching Conversation Model Early in the development of the business coaching profession, professional coaches were building standard processes to guide their clients in achieving the business “wins” they were working towards. In these beginning days of the business coaching industry, Dr. Lee Sitha nd Dr.