When you start a business, it's easy to overlook this distinction. In the beginning, the main goal is having control of your schedule and earning revenue, but eventually, it's crucial that your company can survive without you.
If one thing is sure, it’s that end-of-year burnout is no joke—the impending holidays and Q4 are an unfavorable combination. It is normal to feel exhausted and stressed when November and December roll around.
If you’re in the corporate world, it's very likely that you spend a significant amount of time at the office, or interacting with other employees. Even if you’re in a remote role, working from home, the culture of the organization you work for infiltrates and affects your life.