Beating burnout: how social entrepreneurs can avoid going beyond their limits

The extreme pressure of running a social venture can hit hard: a sobering one in four business leaders surveyed by the School for Social Entrepreneurs said they've had to take time off as a result. But what are the triggers – and how can entrepreneurs avoid pushing themselves too far? Ian Baker, head of student wellbeing at SSE, digs into recent research and shares some tried-and-tested coping strategies.



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