Business Tips: How to Handle Burnout

Business Tips: How to Handle Burnout

Awesome Tip: How to Handle Burnout

Q: How do you deal with burnout?

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13 Replies to “Business Tips: How to Handle Burnout”

  1. Thankfully I don't think you had a burn out. I have a few people in my life that have had major burnouts in the last 3 year's and it took months or even years to recover. I think you prevented a burnout by not letting your self get to that mental place.

  2. I hope you and your family are having an amazing Christmas break. I just wanted to say thumbs up making your content more user friendly with this new channel. This one was relevant to me. Thank you for sharing!

  3. Gotta say – Glad you don't burn out all that often. Not sure pretending someone died is all that "healthy." Love the idea of getting the big picture back & sleeping.

  4. great stuff… i agree on sleep. I've been sleeping a lot… also painting a room helps me due to the fact I hate painting but it gives me time to think because painting a room is so mind numbing it gives me the want or need to do something new. Ever do something you hate just to remind you how good you have it now?

  5. I do the same thing. A few weeks ago, I told my cofounder who was dealing with burnout to imagine his parents lost their job which lead to them losing everything and eventually their health. It's a very plausible event that can occur. This is a method called "death ground strategy" by Sun Tzu which creates a consistent sense of urgency and focus.

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