Davida Ginter on what needs to shift so change makers, social leaders and sustainability experts can avoid burnout and thrive.

Davida Ginter, smiling
Davida Ginter.

Spoiler: burnout is not your fault.

Let’s take a look at what causes burnout.

Burnout is caused by chronic workplace stress. In other words:

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When we’re stressed, our emotions want to help. How to embrace the wisdom of your emotions.

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Some basic truths about emotions

  • Emotions are natural part of our physiology.
  • Emotions are a healthy response to situations we find ourselves in.
  • Emotions are not by definition “good” or “bad”, “positive” or “negative”. These are labels we attach to emotions.
  • Emotions themselves last around 90 seconds.

  • exhausted,
  • cynical about work and possibly life,
  • not as productive as you once were, and
  • losing your sense of self-identity.

And why knowing your values is essential to avoiding burnout and living a life you love.

me, walking through wildflowers in Azerbaijan, 2018

How, for Angela, hitting a wall became a gift.

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The truth about why it exists — and what we can do to overcome burnout stigma.

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How stigma works.

A stigma is a barrier rooted in prejudice, avoidance, rejection, and discrimination due to a lack of understanding.

Sally Clarke

burnout expert, life coach, copywriter and life lover. hiking, surfing, adventuring Dutch-Aussie in California. she/her www.salcla.com

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