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3 Signs of Entrepreneur Isolation (and how to fix it)

Entrepreneur Isolation. It’s a topic that needs to be talked about regularly because all of us are susceptible to it, and of course, the repercussions of it if left to go on for too long, are very real.

It can lead to people having feelings of demotivation, losing that sense of passion for their work, and at worst burnout.  In fact, just this week I was listening to one of my favourite podcast hosts who is also a coach for people with anxiety, talking about his experiences of feeling isolated, as a result of working by himself, from home for much of the time, and he made the decision to go into full-time employment again because the isolation became too much and he missed being around a regular group of people that full-time employment can offer. Read more

Overcoming Self Employment Isolation & Loneliness

Being your boss. Freedom and flexibility. Following your passions. No more commuting.

Some of the many, many benefits of working for yourself.

But of course, the world of self-employment can also have its downsides – one of which is experiencing isolation as a small business owner. Many people who start their own businesses do so after having had a previous career. It’s a common theme that many of us ‘escape’ the corporate world of high targets and expectations, burnout and stress to retrain in something that ignites our passion. But as well as leaving all that behind, we also say goodbye to some really good stuff as well. Read more