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Don't Lose That 'A+' Employee to a Performance Rut

Not all employees are comfortable opening up about why their work is slipping. They'll just apologize and promise to do better. That's why you need to get proactive.

9 Activities Science Says Could Cure Entrepreneurial Burnout

Family, friends, exercise and everything else you are ignoring while building your business are the cure for burnout.

Barrett Wissman

Q. What Do Virtually All Small Business Owners Have In Common? A. Hustle and Sacrifice.

Forty percent of owners surveyed said that, if they had extra cash, they would immediately reinvest in the business rather than pay themselves.

This Entrepreneur Took His Startup to the Next Level and Hated It

You expect failure to be tough, but did anybody warn you about the toll succeeding can take on you?

3 Challenges Every Entrepreneur Must Overcome

No matter the industry, these universal roadblocks require business owners to balance immediate needs with longer-range strategies.

Ryan Himmel

If You're Using These Words, Then You're Showing Hidden Signs of Stress

While headaches and mood swings are often indicators of stress, turns out the way we speak is, too.

Rose Leadem

6 Realistic Tips For Disconnecting and Regaining Your Sanity

From spa days to evening strolls, these strategies may be your best bet for avoiding burnout.

Rebekah Iliff

Burnouts, Crashes and Endless Business Plateaus

The unexpected benefits available on the not-so glamorous side of entrepreneurship.

Staying Motivated When You're on the Verge of Burnout

As the famous late basketball coach John Wooden once put it: "Don't let making a living prevent you from making a life."

Peter Daisyme

Building a Startup Is Like Running a Marathon at a Sprint Pace -- Here Are 4 Ways to Cope

A founder shares her strategies to handle burnout so it doesn't consume you, or your dream.

Nicky Jackson

How One Entrepreneur Discovered the Cure for His Burnout

After losing his entrepreneur mojo, a founder decided to get away from everything.

Adam Dailey