By John Anderer New research from the University of Amsterdam reports that despite entrepreneurs often working longer hours than salaried employees, they are at no greater risk of burnout. In fact, study authors say burnout risk is actually smaller, on average, among entrepreneurs thanks to the “to the positive psychological effects of entrepreneurial work”. Considering … [Read more...] about Entrepreneurs are Often Feverish Workaholics. So What’s Their Secret to Avoiding Burnout?
By John Anderer Many people believe Malcolm Gladwell’s dictum that in order to be truly great at something, one must commit to at least 10,000 hours of practice. While dedicated training is certainly an integral part of the recipe for success, a new study finds four additional factors that are needed to truly become elite at a given field. Researchers from the Norwegian … [Read more...] about Beyond 10,000 Hours: Study Reveals 5 Keys To Being Elite In Your Field