Chris Bailey is a productivity consultant, researcher and best selling author.Being productive is great. Everyone wants to get more done in less time and ach...
No links today, just a convo about burnout and where I'm at.
You may be experiencing burnout and not even know it, say authors (and sisters) Emily and Amelia Nagoski. In an introspective and deeply relatable conversation, they detail three telltale signs that…
«You may be experiencing burnout and not even know it, say authors (and sisters) Emily and Amelia Nagoski.»
These evidence-based strategies can help you achieve healthy work-life balance
The Maslach Burnout Inventory can be a helpful tool — but only when organizations use it carefully.
«It is now clear that the Covid-19 pandemic has aggravated burnout and related forms of wor»
There is a particular type of person on social media who is, at first glance, insane. They’re the ones who post things like, “I can’t wait to get back to work,” when they’re on holiday, or, “I don’t…
«Meraki is when you do something with so much love and attention that you give a little bit of yourself to it. Meraki walks the line between passion and occupation.»
We've all felt it: burnout. So what's the secret to overcoming it? We can find some answers in the scientific research...
Burnout is the result of chronic stress and, at work, that stress tends accumulate around your experiences of workload, values, reward, control, fairness, and community. If any are lacking or out of…
«The bottom line is this: The more chronic stress we face, no matter where it’s coming from, the closer we get to burning out.»
Glorifying being busy all the time can be dangerous, making chronic stress and burnout all more likely, says Debbie Sorensen, a Harvard-trained psychologist.
Five adjustments to keep your professional creativity and personal projects in balance.
What do we actually know about burnout? What does the research say? Is burnout prevention possible? All the research, in one free, constantly updated book.
Uncertainty, burnout and perfectionism are holding teams back — Liz Fosslien is here to share tactical advice (and her signature witty illustrations) on how managers can help.
«How does your workload feel right now? Is there anything I can take off your plate, help you delegate, or help you deprioritize?»
Are You Suffering From Burnout? - Freakonomics
Some claim millennials are lazy and entitled – unable to do basic tasks that older adults have just gotten on with for years. Anne Helen Petersen, senior culture writer for Buzzfeed News, rejects those labels. Milllennials like herself, she argues, are merely trying their best to navigate trends like skyrocketing student loans and an underpaying, perk-free gig economy. Millennials will likely not be the only ones who feel that her insights and observations are almost painfully on the nose.
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