How to Make Room in Your Work Life for the Rest of Your Self

Harvard Business

” Yet, despite Rhimes’ passion and unparalleled success, her deep, single-minded investment in her work drove her to the point of burnout and exhaustion. To heal, she refocused on the parts of her self—a mother, a friend, a sister, and athlete—that had been neglected because of her tunnel vision. If the hum of your career has become so deafening that you struggle to hear those other parts of your life, you’re not alone. How is triggered?

Servant Leadership Observer ? November 2010

Modern Servant Leader

Perhaps you can return back to the sites homepage and see if you can find what you are looking for. If You Seek Prestige, Please Don’t Try To Lead… Servant Leadership Profile: Lionel Logue. How to Handle a Seagull Manager. Who Is Accountable for Your Career? Why Meetings Suck (Costs) & How to Reveal It. Fortune’s Best Companies to Work For With Servant Leadership. To Our Military: Thank You For Your Service.

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Entrepreneurship Needs to Be a Bigger Part of U.S. Foreign Aid

Harvard Business

federal budget goes to foreign aid. My research into entrepreneurship’s role in job creation, my professional life as an entrepreneur and investor, and my experience as a one-time government official have led me to one conclusion: Entrepreneurship can solve big problems, but our government has not adequately leveraged this American-as-apple-pie tool in its foreign policy. ” But if its approach to foreign aid is any indicator, the U.S.

How Social Entrepreneurs Can Have the Most Impact

Harvard Business Review

Looking at a recent release of data from The Great Social Enterprise Census , only a fifth are larger than $2 million in budget, just 8% employ more than a 100 people, and 60% were founded in the past 8 years, when the movement really began to gain momentum. You can find the answer to the timing question nestled among the facts that David Bornstein lays out in the preface to his book, How to Change the World. Social enterprise in the U.S.

Entrepreneurs: You're More Important Than Your Business Plan

Harvard Business Review

And we are often happy to review these start-up plans — which include the typical elements such as a product description, competitive analysis, estimate of market size, and projected financials. We use other criteria to find new people and ideas that can create large-scale social change. Applying a formal spreadsheet-type analysis to an early stage concept can be " disastrous." According to official statistics, more than 50% of new enterprises fail in the first 5 years.