Launching a startup means hustle. And that’s hard. The demands are high, the hours long, and the stresses can at times make you feel like you’re about to explode. So how to entrepreneurs cope with all of those pressures and avoid burnout? We spoke to seven founders and CEOs about their strategies to avoid burnout,… Read more »
While it’s important that founders promote good mental health in the workplace, it’s equally important to explore mental health as a startup community so founders, too, can be properly supported.
Customer service employees are some of the most abused staff in your organisation. But, it’s not just your organisation – it’s any organisation. They are expected to do the impossible.
Starting up a business is like passing through a long, dark room filled with furniture promiscuously scattered about. In the darkness, progress feels slow and painful, with founders tripping over and developing new bruises along the way. If they could just press a button that would turn on the lights, they would be able to make the same journey quickly, safely and comfortably. But that’s not how life works.