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Jessica Bruder, writing in Inc. Magazine, has addressed a much needed topic: the precarious emotional and psychological state of some entrepreneurs. I see "it" in the eyes and hear "it" in the whispered conversations of those I meet in the hallways here at Cambridge Innovation Center (CIC), a world-class innovation hub that houses over 400 start-ups. I feel the emotional roller coaster ride myself when the cyclical nature of the recruiting business bumps up against a recession or is impacted by the second and third order effects of the Sequester.
Here are some salient paragraphs from Ms. Bruder's fine article:
The Psychological Price of Entrepreneurship by JESSICA BRUDER
Thanks to my friend, Glenn Gaudet, Co-Founder of GaggleAmp, for making me aware of this article.
inc.com - The Psychological Price of Entrepreneurship