How to Avoid Burnout in Small Business

Whether you’re an entrepreneur trying to get your idea funded or you’re running a small family shop that was passed down to you, it’s easy to feel burned out by your business. Given that we still haven’t achieved pay equality, women have to work especially hard at our trades just to keep up.

Burnout has negative impacts on our health, happiness, and relationships. That’s why it’s so important to recognize potential signs of early burnout and stop it before it takes hold. 1 in 10 businesses fail because of lack of passion, and it’s estimated that negativity costs businesses $300 billion per year.

This infographic from Fundera identifies ways to help you avoid burnout at every stage of your business: funding, marketing, building a team, feeling overwhelmed, and finding a sense of direction. A few simple tips will keep you motivated and excited about your business, ultimately leading to a healthier and happier life.


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