Starting a business can be incredibly rewarding. Successful entrepreneurs experience financial freedom, set their own schedules and realize their dreams. However, getting there can lead to stress that triggers distressing symptoms. These five tips can benefit your mental health on the journey.
You deserve to work in an environment where you feel accepted. Sometimes, feeling at home in your company might be challenging when you think you can't be sincere. Worse, there's still a stigma around mental health in the workplace. Thankfully, you can build your business into a caring, accepting environment where you can share anything.
Imposter Syndrome is the term that we hear more often around us but do not necessarily understand. While some think they have never encountered it, others struggle with it daily. The truth is we are all imposters to some extent. The only difference is someone mastered the skill of overcoming the syndrome while others are just starting their journey of dealing with it. To better address the imposter syndrome, we need to understand what it is, who can suffer from it, and how to overcome it.
Regarding, but also regardless of the current situation in our society, everyone experiences mentally difficult moments at work. We might have a great superior who understands our mental condition, or possibilities of organized support from management. Nevertheless, a significant part of dealing with such a situation lies mostly on our own shoulders. Therefore, it is handy to be ready! I will share with you several tips on how to protect our mental health at work and how to help ourselves when we are struggling.
Don’t take me wrong. I love being a “Yes Person”. I consider myself very open minded, I enjoy trying new things and in general always keeping an eye open for new opportunities. To experiment, to learn, to grow. And especially because of that, I know how important it is to be able to say no. You might be surprised but it can feel really good too.
In this fast-paced world, we all feel we need more than 24 hours in a day. We try to be as productive as possible and often forget to take care of ourselves, even though that’s the most important thing for our health. Natalia Zvachova and Barbora Novomeska, founders of the concept Spokoy, share their tips on how to relax.