Gib Mason, chief operating officer of UMBC Training Centers, published an article on Entrepreneur this week, sharing tips for professional resilience for long-term business survival. Entrepreneur is a monthly magazine about small business management, business opportunities, and entrepreneurship.
In the article, Mason drew on his 35 years of experience across 10 industries to list five steps for professional resilience. He encouraged entrepreneurs to be uncomfortable and transparent, along with embracing ambiguity, putting their team’s needs first, and being open to changing their mindset. “Resilience is never achieved,” Mason shared. “it’s a continuum that starts with developing a resilient self, then working toward developing a resilient organization.”
Click here to read “5 Ways to Build the Resilience You Need to Succeed” in Entrepreneur.