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Nature can’t grow all year long. Periods of growth follow a pause, before the process of growth starts over again. It should be the same with us.
When we do knowledge-based work—that is work based around ideas, creativity, focus, writing, or people—we need restorative time during and after our work day. When we don’t allow time to recharge and reflect in an unstructured way, it kills our drive and stifles our energy to move forward
If there’s one thing I learned from talking with dozens of people for my book is that all of us go through quite a bit of UNlearning as we take our lives and careers to the next level. When we focus only on life hacks, learning new skills and certifications, and to-do lists our brains get too filled and we forget to let go of what no longer serves us.
So much has been written about the Great Resignation. But let’s take a step back to examine the real reasons why so many of us have a desire to leave our jobs in the first place. There’s actually the burnout epidemic.
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