Hours are far from the whole story when it comes to burnout

I’m sure you’re all familiar with the term “burnout”. Some of you are likely even familiar with the feeling. The lack of energy to make any progress.

I’m not convinced that burnout is the result of overwork. The hours you put in play a part, but hours are far from the whole story.

I think that more than hours, the amount of forward progress, or lack of it, is the root cause of burnout.

If you’re not doing meaningful work.

If you’re not making a difference in the lives of those you serve.

You’re on the path to burnout.

Does your work have a purpose? Are you feeling fulfilled by it?

If not, what are you going to do about it? You can’t just keep trying to convince yourself that the lie you’re living is working.

Have an awesome day

Curtis

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