Do you ever find burnout as a reason for you to quit your career?
Sometimes, a heavy workload can lead to burnout. As a result, it gives you a lack of motivation and challenges you to make things more difficult. However, you can spot burnout right away and take steps to prevent it.
Would you like to learn practical tools to prevent burnout before it breaks your career and health?
In this episode, our guest Julie Bee shares some tips to help you manage your burnout to avoid quitting your job.
Julie Bee is an award-winning entrepreneur, a leader of leaders, and an engaging storyteller. She has spoken for 14-plus years on leadership management, employee engagement and morale, workplace culture, business ownership and entrepreneurship. Julie’s leadership insights have been featured on Fast Company, Forbes, Thrive Global and many more. Her forthcoming book with Matt Hall books The Business Owners Guide to Burnout, is scheduled to hit bookshelves early 2024,
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In this interview, you will learn:
00:00 min – Introduction
02:24 min – Julie’s importance of detecting burnout
05:07 min – How is Julie’s life different now after applying her strategies
06:32 min – Practical tools to take care of your health and career
07:30 min – Learn to say no
08:16 min – Resilient folder
11:38 min – How to decide when to say no and yes
17:51 min – Build your support network
21:35 min – Physical signs of burnout
24:54 min – Connect with Julie Bee (thedailybeast.com/resources)
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So let me share some of my favorite lines from this interview:
“To feel like you have way too much on your plate and how can you possibly put anything else on your plate? That is a very normal thing.” – Julie Bee
“I think in general we individuals were more resilient than we give ourselves credit for. And sometimes you just when you’re going through a hard time, sometimes you need to be reminded of just how resilient you’ve been in the past.”
– Julie Bee
“The point is that you are always making the choices and you, by choosing one thing, you’re automatically saying no to the other thing. And so make intentional choice that I say like say if you’re saying no, make intentional no. When you’re saying yes, make intentional yes. And not just habitually saying yes to everything. Because I’m afraid of letting people down or my afraid of failing or I’m afraid of being looked down upon. Say no, intentionally so. So you can say yes to your ongoing ability to continue to serve.”
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Remember, if burnout isn’t addressed properly, it can damage your well-being. Knowing the early signs will help you apply the right solution that will work for your situation.
So today, try to slow down and think about yourself. Try to evaluate your actions and see how you can make a balance to avoid burnout.
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