Hair is undeniably a big part of every woman's identity. While some of us have been wearing the same hairstyle since high school, others prefer experimenting with new cuts and colours. Regardless of what we choose to do with it, most of us feel a strong connection between our hair, femininity, and sense of self. This is why losing it can be such a traumatic experience.
Burnout - a tale as old as time. If you are an entrepreneur, burnout is one phenomenon you know you will experience a couple of times in your journey to building a successful business. Burnout is a state of emotional, physical, and mental fatigue brought on by prolonged and extreme stress. It happens when you are overburdened, emotionally depleted, and incapable of coping with everyday demands.
Founding a company that survives its first year in business is an accomplishment in itself. With rampant inflation and sharp increases in owners' costs, the economic landscape is daunting. To create a business that not only survives but thrives is a rarity. Imagine, therefore, what it takes to build a company, from the ground up, that generates millions in revenue.
Many of us live in a fast-paced world filled with highly processed food, high levels of stress and sedentary lifestyles. Yet, all this takes its toll on our bodies and many find themselves dealing with chronic health problems as early as their early 20s. While the majority of doctors seem to find the solution in the form of a pill, one doctor is taking a different approach.
Hard work begets success, yes, but we must not forget how privilege plays a role.
Entrepreneurialism, previously the province of those few lucky enough to have been born in Silicon Valley or one of the handfuls of other startup hotbeds, has been democratised and globalised. There can be no doubt that the obstacles that used to prevent most ambitious would-be business builders from acting on their dreams have been, if not altogether removed, reduced dramatically.
Connor McCrory was just 14-years-old he remembers reading and watching the daily news with his grandparents, learning about the world while listening to his grandfather yell at the tv every time CNN would run a story he disagreed with.
The world of public relations and representation has never died down. With an ever-growing base of online platforms and users, it seems like the sky is the horizon for making your brand known.