Wed, 18 March 2020
Listen to this week’s episode if you’re feeling stressed, overworked, or battling with finding a balance between your entrepreneurial life and your personal life. Sherry Walling has a PhD in clinical psychology and specializes in entrepreneurial health. Sherry also owns ZenFounder along with her podcast and is the author of “The Entrepreneur’s Guide to Keeping Your Sh*t Together: How to Run Your Business Without Letting it Run You”.
Now, while this particular interview actually took place before the current health events happening around the world, this couldn’t be better timing for someone that needs to hear this message. Some of us are forced to either step back and break from business or ride the waves and put added effort into our companies. Sherry dives into lots of practical tips regarding burnout, family life, depression, and the loneliness that entrepreneurship can entail.
Learn here why it’s important to our brain health, the livelihood of our businesses, and our personal lives to ‘unplug’ sometimes. You may be struggling with your sense of value and identity intertwining with your business. But where do you draw the line between your time freedom, money, and weighing what you value most out of life? Sherry will share some insightful advice that will hit home with all of us, both literally and figuratively. And don’t forget to check her out on her websites at SherryWalling.com or ZenFounder.com. Also, Sherry mentions her Guide to Founder Retreats that you can check out here.