Post Tag: burnout

STOP

Stopping. You’ve heard me encourage leaders every chance I get to learn to STOP. This is a difficult lesson because we have gotten so used to running full speed ahead that we’ve forgotten how to slow down, how to wind

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Vacations Have Value

I wrote a tip sheet the other day after reading a quote by Tim Hansel from his book, “When I Relax I Feel Guilty“.  Read the tip sheet HERE. The idea of “relaxing” is often something that is far from

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Out of Balance

This fountain has been in our family for at least 15 years.  It was an anniversary gift to my wife, and we’ve moved it to a couple of different homes, and it moved to the United States with us when

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Burnout

A friend of mine is experiencing some extreme fatigue and possibly burnout, and it’s caused me to think about times in my life that I’ve experienced this level of complete exhaustion. Have you ever experienced this? Jessica Stillman shares  some

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Seven Lessons for the New Year

I’m reading Wayne Cordeiro’s book again, “Leading on Empty:  Refilling your Tank and Renewing Your Passion “ (Bethany House ©2009).  This book addresses how we as leaders can not only survive burnout, but how we can avoid falling into it

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