Burnout is a Life Thing, Not a Work Thing

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Burnout is a Life Thing, Not a Work Thing

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We are glad to be featured in an article on the South China Morning Post on burnout.

James has experienced burnout four times, including once while he was advocating against burnout. He attributes burnout to a mix of factors such as family, work and personal mental health struggles, so he believes burnout is not a “work thing” but a “life thing”. Burnout is not something you can shake or sleep off; deep and intentional work is required. To overcome burnout, he says that the symptoms must first be identified.”

Thanks to Green is the New Black for the kind invitation to share at their event.




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Burnout is a Life Thing, Not a Work Thing

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