Mitigating Burnout

One of the most overlooked factors that is essential in mitigating burnout is the capacity to lead oneself consciously in decision-making, communication and conduct in all aspects of our lives.

Some bad habits that can contribute to burnout or heading in that direction are: overcommunicating, avoiding difficult conversations, avoiding making decisions, not taking responsibility and being proactive in communicating what we want and need, having unrealistic goals, not executing on our goals, not setting boundaries, and not managing our time well.

When we confront these bad habits and engage our work, lifestyle and relationships more consciously and proactively our energy and vitality can increase to much higher levels.