Sherry interviews Jonathan Stark of the Value Pricing Bootcamp and Expensive Problem about how entrepreneurs go about charging money for their services. Together they reflect on the relationship between valuing your work and valuing yourself.
In this episode of ZenFounder, Rob talks about putting in the work, how being a founder is like being a parent or spouse. It’s a lot of hard work but the payoff can be great and worth it. He reads a blog post related to the topic. Support ZenFounder Hatching Twitter Book
Every entrepreneur I know goes through periods where they’ve lost their oomph. It can be due to a struggling business. Perhaps that growth curve has stagnated (or flatlined) or the feedback you’re getting is that your product is all wrong. Perhaps your team is in conflict, perhaps your expansion has failed, perhaps you’re having to […]
Want to focus? Get more done? Lose weight? Manage stress well? Feel energized? Be in a good mood? It turns out that the things that matter most to our success as entrepreneurs- our mood, motivation, patience, ability to focus, capacity for resilience, ability for complex thought- these are all heavily based on the well-being of […]
Being an entrepreneur can be a tough, lonely life. That’s why we created ZenTribes. But one thing we hear from entrepreneurs over and over (ourselves included) is that the highs and lows, struggles and successes of entrepreneurship can also put a strain on our families. A large-scale study of mental health in entrepreneurs found that entrepreneurs and their spouses […]
I’ll be speaking at the Business of Software Conference in Boston, Sept 18-20. It is the perfect time to visit Boston. I’ll talk about finding your own personal metrics – and managing them – to avoid burnout and enhance your work (and life!). You’ll get practical strategies to make you work better, and become a […]
Entrepreneurship is a tough, demanding, often lonely job. It’s filled with the highest of highs and the lowest of lows. And the hardest part … most of your friends and family don’t understand the unique demands, responsibilities, pressures, stresses, worries and pains of entrepreneurship. So not only is it a tough sport … it […]
By Cory Miller It’s amazing how many times I’ve asked myself this question in the last couple of years. I always flinch a little bit when I even think of everything in my life bottoming out, but I’m so much better for the exercise. If everything fails, everything just crashes in my business … WHO, not […]