We can’t add value to others when we’re burned out. That’s why it is vital that we are fully aware of reaching this stage. When we feel burned out, or worn down, or feel an exhaustion that tells us we can’t continue, we tend to lose our purpose. When we lose our purpose, we often lose our passion, and this sends us deeper down this path. By readjusting our time management and rediscovering our true purpose, we can not only reverse burnout, but actually keep it from reoccurring, while adding enjoyment and a new-found quality to our work.
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- How to re-prioritize your daily task list
- How to avoid monotony (a deadly killer) in the workplace
- How to rediscover your purpose and reignite your passion on a daily basis
As burnout knows no boundaries, the preferred audience for this course doesn’t either. We all are prone to fall victim to burnout at some point in our careers. And time management is a skill that benefits us in all areas of life. This course is as relevant for a white-collar audience as it is for a blue-collar audience as it is for a non-profit or faith-based organization. While the examples in this course may differ to best cater to the audience, the principles and practices remain the same.
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Jay Foreman is a John Maxwell-certified leadership trainer, member of the National Speakers Association, and an award-winning author of fourteen books, including three best-sellers. More information about Jay can be found on his website at jaywforeman.com.