Leaving one job for another is a major transition.
I was spending at least a couple hours per day on social media before my sabbatical, so what did I do to replace that found time?
The key is to figure out your behaviors and choices that led to your burnout.
In today’s job market, getting fired isn’t the end of the road.
With the advent of smartphones, our 24/7 connectivity is taking a hard toll on us from a physical and mental standpoint.
There is no shortage of things that can eat up our attention and we say that we’re relaxing when we’re watching TV, but many times we see that people are on their phones watching a television show, as well as on their computers during something else.
When employees have to suffer from bad management for prolonged periods of time, chronic stress and burnout will occur.
Although being focused on work can be a great thing, ensuring we take a vacation is important for our overall health, work performance, and minimizing work burnout.
One of the biggest challenges that many people face is they say that they don’t have enough time.
Are you in balance? Are you living the life you choose to live?
When you’re offsides or out of bounds, you’re not in the game. You’re not in the game of life.
When we enter that burnout arena, one of the first things that happens is we start neglecting our self-care.
When you’re not in rhythm, everything becomes harder, even to the point of getting out of bed or going to the gym or meeting up with people that you normally meet or being prepared for meetings.
When you’re burned out, you’re not happy with yourself.
How do you implement boundaries in your life if you don’t have them?
Worrying about something only invites that energy of what you don’t want in your life. Focus on what you do have.