Join Whitney Johnson for an in-depth discussion in this video Managing stress, part of Entrepreneurship Foundations (2014).
- As an entrepreneur, you are a dreamer,…dedicated to achieving your goals.…Your passion will make you successful.…It can also cause stress.…Which means that your mind and body…don't yet have the adaptive capacity…to deal with what is happening.…This can affect your memory and immune system…and overall health.…And because people pick up on and mimic your stress level,…when you're stressed out, your team likely is too.…The question then is how will manage the stress…of high expectations, long hours, setbacks, and successes?…And importantly, increase your adaptive…capacity as an entrepreneur?…The first step is to give yourself a break.…
You can do this by approaching your business…as a marathon, not a sprint.…According to marathon training expert, Jeff Galloway,…the best way to do this without injury,…is to adopt the run, walk, run approach.…Another aspect of this is…you need to build stamina and endurance.…If you're not used to working flat out,…starting at a sprint pace is unsustainable.…You need to work up to it.…
- Cite the steps that can help you find an unmet need.
- Differentiate between a business and a hobby.
- Recognize how to decide between an online business and a brick and mortar business.
- Describe how to protect your intellectual property.
- Explain the best practices for hiring the right people.
- Recall the importance of tapping into networks of expertise.
- Cite the best practices for building a business website.
- Summarize the best metrics to use for your online business.
Skill Level Intermediate
Management Foundations (2013)with Britt Andreatta2h 9m Intermediate
1. Finding Your Big Idea
2. Starting Your Business
3. Building a Team
4. Marketing Your Business
5. Scaling Your Business
6. Funding Growth
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