When feeling overwhelmed, it’s important to remember the feeling is temporary. There are actionable strategies you can use to reclaim your balance and get back on track—and by reading this blog, you’ll take the first, crucial step.
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So you’re at work. Someone asks you to do something you’ve done a million times before. Suddenly, for some reason, you can’t help but feel like you’re not doing it right. What gives? Imposter syndrome, most likely.
The professional landscape is evolving—and as a result, the way businesses measure success is evolving, too. In addition to trusty success metrics like sales, revenue and profit, we’ve collected a few fresh success markers to keep in mind on your entrepreneurial journey.
Sometimes, it’s easy to feel like you can “push through” a rough mental health day at work. But taking (and encouraging others to take) time off to prioritize mental wellbeing doesn’t just save you time and energy in the long run. There are a wealth of other benefits, too!
Working from home comes with a laundry list of benefits—and by implementing deliberate strategies to strengthen your remote company culture, it can get even better. From making the most of modern technology to planning in-person meetups, we've put together our team's top tips for boosting a sense of community no matter where you are.
Self-care doesn’t always have to mean meditation and long walks in the park. Most of the time, it just means taking small, measurable steps to boost your quality of life. And spoiler alert: you can practice it at work!