While working on a self-funded startup, it is easy to hit periodic days of burnout. A question I ask myself is "Am I (tired / disgusted / bored / frustrated) with a feature I have been intensely focused on building or do I truly need to step away?"
If it's the former, I switch into another part of the business development that needs attention (i.e. documentation, frontend, backend, researching new tools). This provides just enough context switching to feel like a refresh. Then I can squeeze out at least a few more deep focus hours. What are your tips/tricks?
Bighire.tools / Bighire.io is an emerging startup narrowly focused on delivering tools and services. We have an internal road map with a series of enhancements to make the hiring practices of SMBs and startups much easier and successful.
What's with the blog post images? We are big fans of innovation and trying to bring the world solutions which have never existed before. So we have reached back in history to find examples of the efforts of others. Besides finding enough images for posts is tough!