Share to Twitter Share to Linkedin Julie Ball is the founder of Sparkle Hustle Grow , a subscription box for female entrepreneurs and a subscription box business coach. In a culture that glorifies busyness, it’s easy to get caught up in the hype and compete for "the most overwhelmed." However, the only thing waiting at the finish line will be burnout. So how can you recalibrate and design a fulfilling life as an entrepreneur without burning yourself to the ground? Foster these practices to keep hustle culture at bay. 1. Redefine success. When was the last time you thought about what it really meant to be successful? One of the biggest traps in the hustle culture is chasing what others deem “right.” The thing is, going down this route often means going after things that don’t truly matter to you. To center yourself, consider these questions: • What does success look like to you? Not what’s expected from parents or spouses or … [Read more...] about Hustle Culture Can Be Toxic—Here’s How To Navigate It Successfully
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Share to Twitter Share to Linkedin Atmosphere outside the Denver Center for the Performing Arts on January 22, 2012 (Photo by Denver ... [+] Post via Getty Images) Getty The grass is actually greener on the other side. While box office revenues on Broadway have fallen in recent weeks as tourists left New York and the cold winter weather set in, box office revenues of Broadway shows touring across the nation are still quite high. In fact, some musicals made more money last week on the road than on Broadway. For example, while the Tony Award-winning musical Dear Evan Hansen generated $1,272,935 in ticket sales over eight performances last week in New York, the show generated $1,477,161 in ticket sales over seven performances last week on tour in Seattle. The touring production filled up the Paramount Theatre, which has more than twice as many seats as the Music Box Theatre, where Dear Evan Hansen now performs on Broadway. In addition, … [Read more...] about Musicals Make More Money on the Road than on Broadway
Share to Twitter Share to Linkedin Why are so many employers reluctant to talk with their employees about the pervasive mental health crisis in the American workplace? According to Mental Health America’s Mind the Workplace 2022 Report , only one-third of employees say their company leadership speaks openly about mental health and well-being. But at Levi Strauss & Company (LS&Co) , they’re setting the gold standard for transparency and taking responsibility for employee mental health. In the last few years, LS&Co has moved employee well-being and mental health to the forefront of business. The company believes it’s on them to respond to the need to prioritize the mental health and well-being of their employees. And that’s just for starters. This forward thinking organization is doing what most company leaders are afraid to do: create a human-centered work culture by talking openly about their own mental health challenges. I sat down with … [Read more...] about Levi Strauss & Company Raises The Bar For How Companies Can Support Employee Mental Health
If you’re scrolling through this article on your iPhone screen or MacBook—you owe a lot to former Apple chief design officer Jony Ive . The award-winning industrial designer has had a hand in just about every Apple product to date, having spent more than 20 years working in direct collaboration with the late Steve Jobs. advertisement advertisement Ive started his industrial design career at the London-based start-up design firm Tangerine, where he worked for a short few years before being recruited by Apple in September 1992. The English-born designer was apprehensive to leave his role in London for the Apple headquarters in California but ultimately made the move—and continued to make moves—within the company, playing a vital role in the design of everything from the iMac to the Apple Watch . Although Jony Ive spent the last 25 years in one of the most coveted industrial design roles in the world, his subsequent act is just as impressive. Here’s … [Read more...] about What is Jony Ive, former Apple chief designer, doing now?
Share to Twitter Share to Linkedin When in the South of France, few travelers look past the Côte d'Azur's blockbuster towns of St Tropez , Cannes, Nice and Monaco. But hop on the public train that jostles along the coastline, and you'll be amazed by the diversity of the small towns to explore along the way, each with its own unique backstory. Menton, the very last town before you hit the Italian border just three miles away, is one such place and it’s here at his flagship restaurant Mirazur that three-star Michelin chef Mauro Colagreco’s story took root before being propelled onto the world stage as one of the world’s best chefs. Humble Beginnings To Three Michelin Stars Set on the Mediterranean Sea, Menton has all the French small-town pull you could want: narrow lanes ribboning down from a hilltop church, winding around picturesque squares and stone houses painted sunny yellow, burnt orange and blush pink. There's a daily food market right on the … [Read more...] about How 3-Star Chef Mauro Colagreco Is Revitalizing French Riviera Dining