Burnout was by far the best/worst experience of life. Worst because it almost cost me my life and best because it has enabled me to help many people beat burnout and achieve balance for life.
The swift and sudden descent of depression, along with worry and fear that caught me totally unaware as burnout struck in May 1987, was a shattering experience.
As a serial entrepreneur, author and speaker it is my life purpose to share my experiences (both successes and failures) with young people around the world to help them know, go and grow as young entrepreneurs.
According to The World Bank, 75 million people ages 16-24 are unemployed around the globe. That's nearly double the entire population of Central America. The lack of jobs usually indicates a shortage of entrepreneurs. Entrepreneurs don't look for jobs, they create jobs.
Probably the most important factor in worry prevention is the prevention of fatigue.
We have all made the statement at one time or another, “I just don’t have enough time!”. But we all have all the time there is. Time can't be managed, we can only manage ourselves. In this article, I share 5 compelling reasons to learn how to manage yourself.
As a young farm boy with the dream of becoming an entrepreneur I knew that I needed to learn to think like an entrepreneur to make up for my lack of experience and formal education. In this article I share the 35 ways of thinking that every young entrepreneur needs to adopt in order to be successful.
Starting and growing a business involves a lot of risk. Taking risks is not a really comfortable experience, especially when you are in startup mode. In this article, I share 7 smart tips on how to become comfortable taking risks as an entrepreneur.