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How Entrepreneurs Fight Off Mental Health Issues

How Entrepreneurs Fight Off Mental Health Issues

While it might be exciting to start your business, being an entrepreneur comes at a high price for your mental health. Indeed, regardless how liberating it feels to be in charge and not have a boss to report to, when you’re the person steering a business onto the right path, your decisions have deep and long-lasting consequences. Success means your employees can be assured that they’ll have a job and be paid regular and generous wages for their contributions. But failure means bankruptcy, and the responsibility of costing your team their careers, lifestyles and even homes. So how do entrepreneurs handle the pressures that come with their position?

Create a community

You can’t build a stable business without creating first a sense of belonging and cooperation within your team. Recruiting talented people isn’t enough to make it work. You need to create an office environment that is welcoming and encourages team building. Ultimately, this might mean that it is best for the business to move to different premises, using Grange Removals to plan a stress-free process. As a rule of the thumb, an activity-based design encourages collaboration and teamwork. Open-space offices can be damaging to your overall productivity. When the team stands behind the company, it’s also easier for a business owner to rely on their support.

Manage stress levels

Even when everything is going fine, you can’t ignore that running a business is stressful. In fact, chronic stress can lead to the release of stress hormones, such as cortisol and adrenaline. When combined with the consumption of stimulants – such as drinking coffee to stay alert during the day –, your stress hormones levels can stay constantly high, even in the absence of direct stressful factors. In the long term, this can not only cause mood swings but also increase the pressure on your organs, encouraging the apparition of heart diseases, for instance.

Reject loneliness

When you become an entrepreneur, you embrace a world of isolation. You can’t confine to your employees about your fears and worries, as you are not in a position where you can openly discuss your feelings without causing additional concern. This solitude can degenerate into severe depression. It’s your responsibility to build a network of like-minded entrepreneurs you can reach out to when you need advice. Additionally, you can also find potential partners for your company in the process. Indeed, as you get to meet business owners and engage in a conversation, it’s easy to find people who share your fears and can provide helpful suggestions, both for your emotional and market support.

Learning how to think clearly

Are you overwhelmed by the events in the business world? It would be foolish to assume you’re coping with every change in your business and the market. Most entrepreneurs struggle to create a trustworthy image, as the stress in their professional position can blend priorities together. Working with a coach can dramatically change your life as an entrepreneur and help you regain self-confidence. A coach helps you to understand the importance of little details in your behaviour as well as the secrets to lead effectively.

Stress, loneliness, depression, overwhelming situations. All these and many more are emotions that entrepreneurs experience. The first step to success lies in understanding how to manage your feelings and resolve emotionally loaded situations rapidly.

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Lisa Ventura (AKA ‘Cyber Geek Girl’) is a Content Marketer, PR, Digital and Cyber Security professional, and is an active blogger and influencer. She loves technology, gadgets, sci-fi, heavy metal music and is fascinated by hacking/cyber security and nuclear war. ‘Cyber Geek Girl’ is Lisa's window to her world and contains articles, reviews, advice, interviews, hints and tips on a variety of different topics and subjects that she is passionate about. Lisa loves dogs and is the proud owner of a GSD/Husky cross dog called Poppy, who is her world. She can be contacted via hello@cybergeekgirl.co.uk.

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