Burnout became an especially painful issue during the pandemic when the majority of people worked from home, finding it difficult to draw the line between work and private life. However, entrepreneur burnout has been less discussed, despite evidence that entrepreneurs are at a higher risk of burning out.
Monthly Archives: November 2021
The 10-80-10 rule is an extension of the Pareto principle that says 80% of productivity/wealth is generated/owned by 20% of the population. This ratio is often observable in various statistics and studies.
Apple’s recent announcement of the new iPhone 13 is one of several new tech items that have been announced or introduced recently. The Google Pixel 6 and the Samsung Galaxy S22 are two other phones that you might have your eye on. In addition to new phones, there are plenty of laptops, TVs, wearable items and other tech that are sure to make many Christmas shopping lists. If you or someone you love is a techie, here are some things to think about as you budget for new tech.
As the calendar turns to winter and temperatures drop, some people can think of nothing but sitting inside next to the fireplace with hot chocolate and a good book. Others however start planning their winter sports getaway. Whether your passion is the ski slopes, snowboarding or snowmobiling, winter sports can get expensive. If you’re looking to play in the snow, here are a few tips to save on winter sports.
Personal growth is the most rewarding because it honors hard work on what matters most. If you desire to become more successful personally and professionally, then you should set monthly goals to establish a purposeful mindset.
Do you feel like you lack energy? Maybe you should start looking into what you eat. A healthy and balanced diet is crucial for everything in our lives. But oftentimes, people get consumed into the marketing of special “supplements,” energy drinks, powders, pills, and the list goes on and on. This happens to the point that we forget to go back to the basics—having a healthy and balanced diet.
Holiday spending can be a delicate subject. No one wants to be the least generous gift-giver in their family or group of friends, but just about everyone is looking for ways to cut back on holiday expenses.
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It was March 13, 2020. My 43rd birthday, and the day the world changed for all of us. The kids were told they would be out of school for two weeks. As you know, those “two weeks” turned into almost two years of uncertain times with the coronavirus pandemic.