Does it feel like your world is caving in on itself?
Do all of your senses feel like they are on overload?
First things first. You need to understand the difference between stress and burnout.
Stress is a cause and burnout is the effect.
We make it seem like it is an insurmountable problem.
It’s really very simple when you think about it.
It’s a good bet that when you started your job, it was an exciting new challenge.
Sadly as time marches on we tend to find each and every little thing wrong and end up creating our own stress.
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If you are like the millions of people feeling constant stress and pressure to succeed, there is a way out. A way you can avoid burnout and emerge with a greatly enhanced level of creativity.
How can you accomplish that?
Firstly, you need to recognize the difference between stress and burnout. No, unlike some people believe, they are totally separate. Understanding the difference will help you to deal with them.
Secondly, many think of stress as something to entirely strip from our lives. This is one hundred percent wrong thinking. What we need to do is understand the potential benefits and problems and how we can best deal with it.
You could see a therapist or even join a group therapy class. Chances are, however, that this would create even more stress because it would use resources that you aren’t able to spend, like time and money.
Or you can invest in yourself!
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This valuable informative guide will teach you about the different triggers of stress and how to avoid burnout.