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June 16, 2015

8 Ways to Avoid Burnout

June 16, 2015 | By | 5 Comments">5 Comments

how to avoid burnout

 

Have you ever discovered that you’re burnt out from work? From life?

Well…where is that coming from?

Is it because you’ve been overworked for too long? Maybe you’ve been overstressed for too long?
(Keep in mind this could be work stress, family stress, and relationship stress.)

In order to avoid burnout there’s a few questions I want you to consider.

 

  • When was the last time you went on vacation?
  • How often are you telling people “NO”?
  • Do you need to tell some family members or friends or bosses “No”?
  • Do you have too much responsibility on your plate?
  • Do you have controlling people in your life?
  • Are you writing down all you commitments in order to eliminate the unnecessary?
  • Are you focused on your health?
  • Are you suffering from information overload?
  • Are you in control of your calendar?

You hear me talking about this all the time but you must stop making statements and start asking questions. Ask yourself questions. Gain perspective!
Start asking yourself some good questions on how you got to where you.

We want you to be the strongest possible self that you can be.

Question: How do you avoid burnout?

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  • http://www.velocityministrymanagement.com/ Deborah Ike

    I so needed to hear this today – thank you! I’ve been trying to sprint a marathon (so to speak) and need to recharge. You inspired me to text a close friend to schedule a coffee date – a long chat with a great friend is sure to recharge my batteries.

  • http://williamedmondson.com William Edmondson

    “Are you suffering from information overload” resonated with me most. There is so much information available out there you can easily spend all of your time trying to prepare…without actually accomplishing anything. I have also found myself frustrated by my overly long reading list. I find myself hurrying through a book simply because I need to get to the next one. In the process I don’t glean what I could from the book I am reading. How many times have you read a book, been totally floored by it, and then never implementing what you read? yeah that has never happened to me either.

    Recently the overload become too much. I deleted my Amazon wish list, removed all of my podcast subscriptions, and started from scratch on my RSS reader. Talk about lifting off some psychic weight.

    • http://williamedmondson.com William Edmondson

      And by all my podcasts I mean everything but locurto of course.