Are you feeling burned out? You’re far from alone. In this helpful book, Paula Davis, an expert on burnout, presents the causes of work-related stress and discusses how to mitigate its damage. Organizations and individuals can reduce burnout, she argues, by making minor adjustments to their mind-sets, schedules and workflows. Davis suggests assessing what’s important to you and analyzing your schedule. If you spend less than 20% of your day on tasks you’re passionate about, you’re vulnerable to burnout. By adjusting your daily to-do list, however, you can immunize yourself against exhaustion.
About the Author
Paula Davis, who contributes to Forbes, Fast Company and Psychology Today, is founder and CEO of the Stress & Resilience Institute.
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