72% of entrepreneurs are directly or indirectly affected by mental health issues compared to just 48% of non entrepreneurs. That’s according to a study by the National Institute of Mental Health. 49% of entrepreneurs deal with mental health issues directly while only 32% of others experienced them.
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To us, creativity is combining ideas or concepts to discover unique or new connections. It means merging previously discrete ideas, concepts or forms of thought, and coming up with something new. Creativity is an important thing for entrepreneurs to develop – it can help you to see everyday things in new and useful ways. It’s the basis of innovation! Creativity can help you come up with new products and services, new industries, new ways of doing business, and new business opportunities.
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There are many kinds of entrepreneurs in Canada, but these are six of the more common types. Which one (or combination of several) are you?
Read more about the types of entrepreneurs and where you fit in.
The Highs and Lows of Being an Entrepreneur
We all know this has been a difficult couple of years for everyone. But did you know that according to a study by the National Institute of Mental Health, 72% of entrepreneurs are directly or indirectly affected by mental health issues compared to just 48% of non entrepreneurs.
Business Creativity by Evoking a Roman God
In Roman mythology, Janus was the doorkeeper to the heavens. He is depicted as a man with two heads looking forward and backward. He was the god of beginnings and endings and as one might guess, was a favourite to be honoured on January 1st (and yes, January is the month of Janus).
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Put on your Innovative/Creative Thinking Caps While Soaking up the Summer Sun.
Entrepreneurs and Small Business owners are almost always thinking about their businesses which is great – but often times our thoughts are more about operational details and to do lists than really about finding innovative ways to improve. But it’s important to sometimes take a step away and look at your business a little differently.
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