SSB 6/5/22: Help control burnout


Help Control Burnout

5 habits that slowly chip into your productivity levels

Many factors contribute to burnout, but here are five bad habits that could be barreling you toward burnout and what you can do to turn your situation around.

Part of the reason you could have the I-don’t-want-to-do-anything attitude toward work is that you could have too many responsibilities. This could happen because you say, “Yes,” too often or volunteer for tasks—even though you don’t have the time.

Ideally, you’ll wrap up work before dinner and have the whole evening free for eating, spending time with friends or family, exercising, or simply chilling. But sometimes—or in the case of burnt-out people a lot of times—you’re working a second shift in the evening.

If you fall into that category, I highly recommend that you set a cut-off point for when you get off of your computer. That way you have enough time between when you stop working and when you lay down in bed for your mind to calm and unwind

Longer periods of time off for vacation can definitely help to reduce feelings of fatigue, especially if it’s a company-wide vacation. But what I’ve seen with people struggling with burnout is often they’re not even taking any days off on the weekend: They’re literally attempting to work seven days a week

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Jancast #124- Podcasting to a cleaner & healthier world

It is already June and where did spring go? In this Jancast we cover Monkey Pox and if it is a threat, and Covid that seems to be turning up again and what to do about it. We also have a special guest, Jim Varnell from Curecrete. We discuss the science behind concrete maintenance and how to keep those floors looking good for a long time with no stripping and recoating like conventual tile floors. Click the image below to watch the show and learn more about Curecrete and how concrete is the new “it” floor.


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