Category: Burnout

Juggling Remote Work and Remote Learning

It’s hard to believe, but school is already back in session in some states and just around the corner in many others. But this year, back to school looks VERY different due to COVID. While some school districts are allowing students to attend in person full time, the majority are using remote learning or hybrid […]

Why Mindfulness Is So Important Right Now

As many states continue to adhere to social distancing measures and stay-at-home orders due to the spread of COVID-19, it’s safe to say that the average American is experiencing an inordinate amount of stress. Many have lost their jobs, their livelihoods, their housing, and even their loved ones to the virus. With the immediate and […]

Team Building From a Distance

If you’re like millions of other Americans right now, you may find yourself working from home for the first time. While many people are settling into their new reality, it can still be difficult to stay connected as a team. Everyone is dealing with their own unique stressors. Maybe your team members are trying to […]

Love (For Your Business) Is In The Air

Valentine’s Day is just around the corner. And as everyone knows, it’s the holiday that celebrates love in all its iterations.  You’ve probably been seeing messages of love everywhere you go (along with red and pink decorations and candy…..LOTS of candy). What better time is there to celebrate YOUR love for owning and running your […]

Do You Have the Time?

Time is a Variable You Can Control I know what it feels like to be working in your business nonstop. Before I started Clockworking my business, there weren’t enough hours in the day. I recall looking out the window of my office, wanting to be in my garden and feeling like I’d never get out […]

Managing Stress For Success

Most of us have likely heard the phrase “fight or flight”, also known as acute stress response. The phrase was coined by psychologist Walter Bradford Cannon in the early part of the 20th century to describe a physiological reaction that occurs in response to a perceived harmful event, attack, or threat to survival. While it’s […]

One Foot in Front of the Other

“There will be obstacles, there will be doubters, there will be mistakes. But with hard work, there are no limits.” —Michael Phelps Hang in There! By now, pretty much everyone is familiar with the motivational kitten poster from the 70’s. The original black and white picture, taken by photographer Victor Baldwin in 1971, shows his […]

Banish Burnout (before it’s too late!)

Kim McCaffery, InventoryLab’s Customer Learning & Development Coordinator, was among this year’s speakers at Midwest eCom and the CES VI conference. She presented on the topic of burnout and the often overlooked impact it can have on entrepreneurs and the success of their businesses. She’s now joined by Jeff Campbell, one of InventoryLab’s Customer Champions, […]