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Burnout

Updated 06/11/2017

 
Burnout is beyond just being tired.

Workplace plus family plus finance plus health stress can drive you into a place you do not want to be at.
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     7 Powerful Ways to Beat Burnout (0:56)  |  Forbes
    Burnout can bet the better of you, even when you have great passion for your work. Fighting burnout
     is a simple matter of self-care.  The video shows 7 POWERFUL WAYS to Beat Burnout all in 57 seconds!

     10 Signs Your Burning Out and What To Do About It  |  Forbes, LearnVest                           04/01/2013
     Several years ago, I started a job that, for all intents and purposes, was my dream job.
     At least, it's what I spent four years of college and two years of internships preparing for.
     This was my big break, and I was not going to squander it.
     I’m of the mindset that while I may not be the smartest or most talented person in the
     room, I’ll earn my spot at the table with my impressive work ethic. So, I got in early to my
     office job, stayed late, worked weekends—all the while obsessively worrying about my
     performance and my future.

     Consists of 15 multi-choice questions, remember to click CALCULATE STORE at the
     end. Next page provides scoring ranges for potential risks levels.

     Definition:  Occupational Burnout  |  Wikipedia

        |  PsychologyToday - High Octane Women, Sherrie Bourg Carter Psy.D.                                                                                11/12/2013
     Burnout is one of those road hazards in life that high-achievers really should be keeping
     a close eye out for, but sadly—often because of their "I can do everything" personalities
     —they rarely see it coming. Because high-achievers are often so passionate about what
     they do, they tend to ignore the fact that they're working exceptionally long hours, taking
     on exceedingly heavy work loads, and putting enormous pressure on themselves to excel
     —all of which make them ripe for burnout.
     Includes article links for reducing the stress and symptoms of burnout.



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