The next time you begin to feel a little worn thin, keep in mind these tips from Forbes.
Schedule many regular micro-breaks.
Build 5, 5-minute breaks into every day. Stress accumulates in your body, your mind, and in your work. Taking care of your self also takes care of your work.
Give yourself permission to regroup.
The first obstacle is admitting or acknowledging that you are burnt out. Burn out is very closely tied to permission.
Evaluate if you want to continue.
It can be very empowering to realize you always have a choice to continue or not continue. If you are feeling very discouraged, something is likely not working. Recognizing that you do not have to do something, can give you fresh perspective on your level of commitment and what could be different in your business and your way of working.
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