SERIES: How to Avoid Entrepreneurial Burnout and Thrive in Business

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Burnout research has long focused on hospitals and corporate structures, but entrepreneurs experience burnout in high numbers too!

The weight of wearing all the hats, having initial instability in finances, and wading through the ups and downs of differing income throughout the year are some of the external factors that can lead to burnout. Internally, the subscription to hustle culture, boundary issues, and tendencies toward people-pleasing and perfectionism can trip us up too.

If this sounds familiar, you are not alone. Join Cait Donovan, one of New York City’s leading burnout experts, for this three-part series in which we will explore How to Avoid Entrepreneurial Burnout and Thrive in Business. Cait is the host of Fried – The Burnout Podcast, and is also the author of the book The Bouncebackability Factor.  She designed this series  especially with today's exhausted businessperson in mind: she will guide you through what really happens with burnout and what you can do as an entrepreneur to protect yourself.

In this series, you will:

  • Understand what actually happens to your body when you "burn out"
  • Learn when to push through and when to rest
  • Find out the best research-backed tools for increasing your resilience, both emotional and physical
  • Discover the #1 emotion that can guide you to set *great* boundaries (hint: it's not what you think!)
  • ... and so much more!

With the right insight, protecting yourself from burnout as an entrepreneur is an easy-to-learn skill. It helps to build sustainable businesses, it helps to keep you happy and healthy, and it helps to maintain your personal relationships as well.

The main goal of this Series is to allow you to walk away feeling like you can chase your entrepreneurial dreams and enjoy the process as you go.


 Part 1: Are You at Risk for Burnout? 

  Part 2: Resentment: How to Turn an “Unacceptable” Emotion Into Your Superpower Against Burnout 

►  Part 3: Setting Boundaries Will Actually Help You Be More Generous, Not Less