The demands put on small business owners are greater than ever. From funding the business to marketing it and building a successful, cohesive team, it’s easy to feel overwhelmed. If left unchecked, this feeling of overwhelm and loss of direction can quickly lead to burnout—the bane of small business.
Lack of passion was cited as the downfall for 1 out of 10 failed businesses. Annually, it’s estimated that negativity costs businesses $3 billion in productivity. So if you’re a small business owner, you’re likely asking yourself how you can avoid the stormcloud that is burnout.
The trick is to recognize signs of burnout as soon as possible. Make sure you and any team members are always on top of your game, and if you aren’t, identify the source of frustration. This infographic from Fundera gives you the tools you need to recognize and fix any issues you might have in small business so that you can avoid burnout every step of the way.
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