By Michelle Rick If you’re thinking about becoming an entrepreneur, reading up on people who have done it successfully is a great source of inspiration. Sure, there are news articles, podcasts, panels and fireside chats, but sometimes a book is the best way to curl up and get familiarized with the ins and outs of […]

The air is crisp, the leaves are starting to turn orange and red. Every third person you pass in the street is drinking a pumpkin spice latte. It’s the perfect weather to curl up in slippers and binge your favorite Netflix show. Or should you work out?

We’ve all been there: hour two of staring at our computer screens, with nothing to show for it other than an impressive number of YouTube videos watched (or exes Facebook stalked).  Sometimes, no matter how badly we want to be productive, it’s just not an option. Productivity hits an all time low, creativity disappears, and you just cannot capture that motivation. Welcome to the motivational slump.