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bizbox: the rut

i took a rather extended hiatus from posting at the slate bizbox blog, but my new post sort of explains why. it's all about small business burnout and what to do when you've hit the proverbial wall and can't see over it. i listed my top 8 time-tested techniques that always help me push past a plateau and find the next level of productivity and growth. so whether you're a blogger, designer, teacher or a shop-owner it might be of help if you're feeling a little stuck these days...click here for the full post.



Anonymous joy said...

hey grace,

what a great (and honest) post. so nice to hear about the lows that many of us can identify with.


10:02 AM  
Blogger Another Shade of Grey said...

Great post. Great tips.

10:20 AM  
Blogger mk said...

great post! I love all the pointers, creative burnout can be overwhelming sometimes, but you had some great tips!

10:22 AM  
Blogger Laura said...

Thanks-- a great post, and definitely one I needed to read.

10:25 AM  
Blogger design*sponge said...

Thanks guys

It was really liberating to just say everything out loud. I often get worried about admitting burnout and periods of business-ruts but I think it's good to know that everyone goes through this and that there's almost always a light at the end of the tunnel.


10:28 AM  
Blogger susan said...

What a great honest article. Something so many can learn from! Ruts are natural in business and kudos to you for bringing them to the forefront and offering your solutions.

11:02 AM  
Blogger modmom said...

great post. i'm suffering from this malady.
here's a link to a very funny post at the nonist called blog depression: a public service pamphlet

11:53 AM  
Blogger Linda Merrill said...

Thanks for sharing, Grace. It's a definate part of being a creative entrepreneur. We get a creative burst of energy- then have to implement all those great ideas. Then we're pooped! Good tips!

1:23 PM  
Anonymous d*s supporter said...

thanks for being so honest grace! i'm sure you'll help many people.

and sorry for the one bad egg. we all know that none of that bad stuff is true!! people will find any way to take down others. it's really quite sad.

thank *you* for all that you do for the design community!

5:37 PM  

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