You can overcome your current challenges when you have a vision for the future. In this episode, Liz Popwell talks about her passion for healthcare transformation, the power of teams, and her vision for the future with inclusive management and culture. She also discusses the importance of thinking differently, fostering collaboration, and learning from other industries. Tune in and learn how Liz is paving the way for healthcare transformation! Click this link to the show notes, transcript, and resources: outcomesrocket.health
Burnout in Professional Services, with Dr. George Vergolias, R3 Continuum Dr. George Vergolias, Chief Clinical Officer at R3 Continuum, joined host John Ray to discuss burnout in solo and small firm professional services providers. Dr. Vergolias described the stages of burnout, differentiated between stress and burnout, and offered tips and strategies to mitigate its effects, […]
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Counselor’s Connection with Fabion Vicks
So the end of the year is here, but I am still working. I am discussing my whereabouts and defining burnout. What am I doing this summer? What is going om at the ASCA conference, and my final thoughts on recognition and appreciation. --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/fabion-vicks/message Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/fabion-vicks/support
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On this episode of Positioning to Profit, guest Jeffrey Mort joins host Patty Dominguez to discuss the impact of mental health on entrepreneurship. Mort emphasizes the need to look for underlying root causes of mental health issues and how food sensitivities, mineral imbalances, pathogenic infections, and even leaky gut can affect mental health. Mort also directs listeners to his website, Love Energy Wellness, where they can learn more about personalized health plans based on lab results and receive free pro health tips every week. Additionally, Mort shares his experience helping a young lady with migraines and shows how a personalized protocol allowed her to regain her childhood and transition into adulthood without the burden of migraines. The episode offers insights for those feeling burnt out or uninspired and aims to help small business owners position themselves effectively and increase profits.
Unleash Your Inner Creative with Lauren LoGrasso
Are you burnt out? Been feeling down? Today I'm going to talk with you one on one and walk you through why last month was hard on me…How to move through being in a funk and burnout, what has helped me during this time, revelations I've had recently and I'll even take some of your questions on this solo pod! **Remember to subscribe/follow to the show on Apple Podcasts, Spotify or wherever you get your pods. If you can, please leave us a rating and review- it really helps increase the show's visibility and get out to more beautiful, creative souls. And tell a friend about the show-podcasts are very personal and tend to be spread person to person. If it helped you or made you smile, share the love! Links: Follow the show @unleashyourinnercreative Follow me @LaurenLoGrasso --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/unleashyourinnercreative/message
Welcome to Bratzline! This week, we have TWO besties of the pod join us, Coco and Dom! We get into the craziness of the secondhand doll market, and discuss burnout as a content creator! And it wouldn't be a Bratzline episode without some predictions! Is the new celebrity doll really Ms. Jenner? Do the slippers mean Slumber Party is upon us? And the most important question... will we get the stuffed animals?! We get into all of it, and even more tangents! I hope you guys enjoy! Thank you so much to Coco and Dom for coming on!!Links:Follow the instagram!https://www.instagram.com/bratzlinepodcast/Follow Coco!https://www.instagram.com/lmaoitscoco/Follow Dom!https://www.instagram.com/lookinbratz/https://www.lookinbratz.com/
Coffee Talk With John Papaloni
Boost Your Business Success and Banish Burnout with Brittany's Minimalist Systems! Brittany helps entrepreneurs build businesses without burnout by creating minimalist business & productivity systems to do more in less time. She organizes routines, time management & tech to work better for you! A former Event Planner & Professional Home Organizer, Brittany is now the Marie Kondo for Businesses with her Consulting, Coaching & Podcasting. As the CEO of Brittany & Co, she uses her organization skills to help business owners simplify to amplify their income, impact & influence! When Brittany is not helping business owners, she is raising her twin girls, Kenna & Layla with her Husband Steven Dixon, Camping & Learning the Art of Wine & Cheese!
In this episode, I delve into a deeply personal topic - burnout, a reality familiar to many in our field. We host the inspirational Jelan Agnew, a veteran social worker and advocate for mindful work-life balance, who candidly shares her harrowing experience of ICU admission due to burnout. Through her reflections, we underscore the urgency of prioritizing mental health and self-care, often overlooked aspects in our profession.Topics we touch on include:The profound impact of burnout on our health and why it shouldn't be the norm for social workers.The importance of detaching our worth from productivity and employer valuations.Mindfulness techniques and lifestyle changes can prevent burnout and foster personal well-being.More about Jelan:Jelan Agnew, LCSW is an award-winning Mindfulness Speaker, Coach and Facilitator. She is the recipient of both Hartford Business Journal's 40 Under Forty award and CT Magazine's 40 under 40 award, and is a highly rated TEDx Speaker. Jelan has 12+ years of experience as a DBT Therapist, Adjunct Professor and Workshop/Training facilitator. Founder of Nalej of Self, LLC, Jelan helps individuals and organizations by teaching mindfulness skills to address burnout. Nalej of Self, LLC has worked with a variety of organizations, universities, hospitals and non-profits. Nalej of Self, LLC offers Keynote Speaking, Mindfulness Coaching and Mindfulness Workshops.Here are the requested links for more information:Website: http://Nalejofself.comFacebook: Jelan AgnewLinkedIn: https://linkedin.com/in/jelan-agnew-lcsw-tedx-speaker-88053710Instagram: @nalejofselfTikTok: @nalejofselfJelan's TEDx Talk: Black Folk Mental Health: Generational Trauma, Traditions & Truth | Jelan Agnew | TEDxDelthorneWomen—If you enjoyed this episode, feel free to follow me on the web for more career-related resources!Schedule a career coaching session with me:https://calendly.com/harlenyvasquezcoaching/career-coaching-session-60-min?month=2023-05 Website: www.yourevolvedmind.comLinkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/harlenyvasquez/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/yourevolvedmind/?hl=en
we talk burnout, the ugly side of hustle culture and how to prioritize your self while still having a successful business. --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/niomi-acosta/support
Episode 41Follow The HostDownload the AppRewind: From MMA Fighter to Life Coach: How Mason Roberts Fights StressThis repurposed rewind of an old podcast episode features an interview with Mason Roberts, an ex-professional MMA fighter turned life coach and entrepreneur. Roberts talks about his background, including his career-ending injury, his journey as an entrepreneur, and his advice on dealing with stress. He emphasizes the importance of finding purpose and fulfillment in one's work and taking care of oneself in the process. Roberts also discusses his work as a holistic performance coach, helping people perform physically, mentally, and spiritually. He shares his views on prescription drugs and their limitations in solving mental health issues, and emphasizes the importance of taking care of one's mental, physical, and spiritual health.Topics of DiscussionEntrepreneurship, Mental Health, and Dealing with StressThe Ego-Driven Aspect of EntrepreneurshipThe Toxicity of a Tough AttitudeThe Importance of Slowing Down and Being PresentHow to be a Coach That Communicates EffectivelyThe Importance of Mental and Physical HealthThe SPACE MethodFreedom of Speech and Civil LibertiesSpirituality and Dealing with StressSocial Media and Mental HealthPrescription Drugs as a Temporary SuppressantHolistic and Alternative MedicineReasons for Poor Mental, Physical, and Spiritual HealthMason's ResourcesWebsiteInstagramAbout The ShowThoughts of a Random (Citizen Remote Podcast) is a podcast oriented around open ideas, entrepreneurship, travel, investing, politics, philosophy, and an odd take on history. Together with Toarc United & Citizen Remote we talk with thought leaders from all around the world to stir the innovative mind. This podcast specifically talks about the importance of having an international perspective, the ins and outs of the business world, the entrepreneurial life, the digital nomad life, investing and ways to enjoy life in the new age.Businesses worldwide have very quickly oriented themselves around freelancing, digital nomads, remote workers, and diluting borders. If you'd like to find out how you can benefit on an individual or entrepreneurial level from that change, this podcast is for you & Citizen Remote can help.If you're a startup, needing to find useful tools, wanting to build custom software or generally struggling with the next steps you should be taking to optimize your companies bottom line Toarc United can help.Like the show?? Please leave a Review! ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️Apple ReviewsSpotify ReviewsPodchaser ReviewsSponsored by: Toarc United & Citizen RemoteDisclaimer: None of what is mentioned on Thoughts of a Random Citizen or from Toarc United should be taken as investment or legal advice of any kind.
The Conversation with Adam Weber
Adam sits down with Kyle Idleman, author and pastor of Southeast Christian Church in Louisville, KY. Kyle and Adam talk about what's helped Kyle stay healthy as a leader after a season of burnout and what's kept him going as a pastor for over 25 years. Kyle also shares his encouragement for leaders and his experience with failure in this refreshingly candid & practical conversation! The 2 things Kyle learned in a recent time off? He doesn't need to be on a stage every week and the importance of having friends. 2 things that are hard for a lot of leaders to learn.Today's leadership thought: Use your vacation time this summer!Get a copy of Kyle's new book, When Your Way Isn't Working: https://amzn.to/43L8TBLSign up and join The Crew: adamweber.com/thecrewThis show is part of the Spreaker Prime Network, if you are interested in advertising on this podcast, contact us at https://www.spreaker.com/show/3258948/advertisement
In this episode of Breastfeeding Talk, host Jacqueline Kincer engages in a thought-provoking conversation with guest Dr. Susan Landers, whose impressive background includes working full-time as a neonatologist while serving as a speaker for the Texas Department of State Health Services, Medical Director of the Mothers' Milk Bank at Austin, a Fellow in the Academy of Breastfeeding Medicine, and also contributing to the Section on Breastfeeding for the AAP for six years.Together, Jacqueline & Dr. Landers delve into the critical role of breast milk in the NICU and the challenges faced in advocating for its use. They explore the importance of donor milk, the need for informed consent, and the significance of maternal support in making breastfeeding work.The episode also addresses the struggles of working mothers, the cultural shifts required to create a supportive environment, and the essential role of healthcare providers in empowering breastfeeding mothers. With personal stories and practical advice, this episode sheds light on the journey of breastfeeding mothers, fostering understanding and offering valuable insights for both healthcare professionals and new moms alike.In this episode, you'll hear:NICU changes and advancements in the field of breastfeeding medicine over the last 30 yearsSupport mothers in the NICU need to breastfeed & provide milk to their babiesThe role of fortifiers to promote healthy growth in NICU babiesResistance and challenges faced when advocating for human milk feedings in the NICU, including biases and prejudice against breastfeeding.Addressing the concerns and potential dangers of online donor milk sources.Emphasizing the crucial role of maternal support in making breastfeeding work, with practical tips and advice for new moms during the challenging fourth trimester.Shedding light on the prevalence of postpartum depression and the importance of support systems for new mothersDr. Landers' own breastfeeding experiences 30 years ago and her journey supporting her own daughters in breastfeedingStruggles faced by working mothers in balancing breastfeeding and professional responsibilitiesNeeded cultural shifts required to foster a more supportive environment for breastfeeding and the role of healthcare providers, including lactation consultants, in empowering mothers with the necessary knowledge and resources.Burnout among working mothers and the importance of self-care and taking breaks to maintain mental health and sustain breastfeeding journeys.A glance at this episode:[5:00] Breastmilk in the NICU[13:25] Resistance that Dr. Landers encountered when she started advocating for human milk[19:04] Why donor milk is so important [26:48] Why maternal support is crucial to making breastfeeding successful[38:04] Dr. Landers' advice for other healthcare providers to help support their communities[46:53] The importance of support in breastfeedingRelated Links:Dr. Landers' WebsiteDr. Landers' InstagramDr. Landers' FacebookABM Find a Physician DirectoryAAP Find a Pediatrician toolDr. Landers' Book on Amazon
In the first episode of the week, as the school year ends and summer begins, the hosts discuss what burnout is, how to identify it, and how to identify the source of your exhaustion and stress. Most importantly, however, they also discuss ways to combat feelings of burnout in education, careers, friendships, and relationships, and ways to improve self care and mental wellbeing (beyond face-masks and bubble baths). Follow us! Instagram: Crying in Public | Sydni | Sarah TikTok: Crying in Public | Sydni | SarahSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
We chat about why people get burned out in medicine, how to weigh the pros and cons of our work, and the right perspective on job satisfaction.
Welcome to Fight in Progress! Our guest this week is Chris Chandler-Yates! Chris has a wealth of life experiences, ranging from sailing the open seas with this family, becoming a Law Enforcement Officer in New Zealand, protecting country officials, to learning how to help others fight their burnout. Thank you Chris for everything that you do! Description: Fight in Progress with Susan Simons aims to discuss problems and difficulties our officers face every day from sleep deprivation, vitamin and mineral deficiencies, and adrenal fatigue, to depression, isolation, physical illnesses, emotional distress, divorce and all too often suicide. Fight in Progress looks to cover these topics and discuss their solutions to help these warriors navigate these threats through education and preparation. We speak to experts, officers and their families from around the country to have hard discussions on what challenges this community faces, and what we can do to strengthen our men and women in law enforcement. About the Host: Susan, President and founder of Under the Shield, is a leading subject matter expert in First Responder Stress/PTSI, and has been an instructor for 26 years in many major military and law enforcement installations around the country including, FBI Academy Quantico VA, US Marine Corps 3rd Battalion 23 Marines Lima Company, US Air Force Europe, consulting clinician NYPD/FDNY post 9-11, National Tactical Operators Association, and Luke AFB in Arizona (current). In these trainings she provides resilience training for all first responders and takes a head on approach to the issues of suicide, divorce, and Post traumatic stress, with solutions to the real issues affecting those in the first responder community. Through her non-profit, Under the Shield Inc., she has created the only Stress Coach Certification in the United States specifically for law enforcement, first responders, military and their families. Susan holds a M.S. in Counseling and Human Development from Troy University and is a Board Certified Expert in Traumatic Stress as well as a Fellow with the American Academy of Experts in Traumatic Stress. Contact a stress coach near you at Under The Shield: (855)889-2348 You can also reach out to the hosts directly for help at: Susan Simmons (334) 324-3570 or firstname.lastname@example.org Tom The-Bomb-Dot-Com (480) 861-6574 or Thaubold@undertheshield.com If you want to share your story on our Podcast, reach out to: Tracy “Mrs. The-Bomb-Dot-Com” - Spousal Stress Coach (480) 518-3775 Visit our Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/pages/category/Media/Fight-In-Progress-100743441735923/ Find us on Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/2tadjn3I4OC75lGmqZL7sc THANK YOU SO MUCH FOR JOINING US!
Surely everyone should have Imposter Syndrome, because if you don't, it means you're not pushing yourself hard enough?This falls under one of the super-common Imposter Syndrome myths: that you need Imposter Syndrome to succeed.In this episode we're going to explore why that's wrong, and how it can actually hold you back and cause you to trash your success. And I'll share practical things you can do instead to boost your confidence, and to succeed, without pushing on through the fear.What you'll discover today:Why do we feel we have to push ourselves? The subconscious lie that 'gurus' are telling us when they say they only got to where they are because of Imposter Syndrome The little-known mistake that means people think 'everyone has Imposter SyndromeHow Imposter Syndrome can motivate us - but also limit usThe secret reason why I got the degree grade I did (and how this triggered Imposter Syndrome)Debunking the myth that Imposter Syndrome is a sign of being a high-achieverWhy success can make Imposter Syndrome worseThe two types of stress, and the one we really need to succeedThe 3 pillars of Imposter Syndrome and why this makes Imposter Syndrome context-dependentResources:Get certified - sign up for the Imposter Syndrome First-Aider training hereEpisode 29 - The Truth About ‘Do It Scared': The Antidote and Which Of The Two Types Of Fear Is Trashing Your Confidence Take the Imposter Syndrome Scorecard and get your free personalised action plan here Burnout research white paper - read it hereFree training: Clear The Imposter Syndrome MythsEpisode 19 - Is It Time To Forget The ‘Feel The Fear' Message?Join in the discussion:Here's where we're talking about this on LinkedIn.
The Life Shift - Conversations about Life-Changing Moments
Elizabeth Rosenberg shares her personal journey from burnout to spiritual awakening. “And I learned through therapy that I would also give myself migraines not only to give myself a time out but to punish myself for not being successful at what I had set out to do, which is just like mind-blowing to me because you're like, oh my God, like you did this to yourself.”After experiencing severe corporate burnout, Elizabeth found herself in the emergency room with a migraine where she lost all her motor skills. Elizabeth was a very driven individual who had always been focused on work and self-validation. She would work 60-70 hours a week to prove her own self-worth and success to herself, and societal pressure to get married and have kids pushed her to throw herself into work. Elizabeth shares how her twin sister's success contributed to her own drive and how she felt the need to prove her own self-worth through her career.Elizabeth realized that she would also give herself migraines to punish herself for not meeting her own expectations. She shares how her body was protecting itself by giving her migraines when she needed to rest. Elizabeth worked with a metaphysical healer who helped her realize that she is responsible for how she reacts and feels about everything. In this episode, Elizabeth reminds us of the importance of taking care of ourselves and finding balance in our lives.Elizabeth Rosenberg is an entrepreneur, charismatic leader, and visionary who drives authentic change and purposeful impact through her work. As the founder of The Good Advice Company, a marketing and communications consultancy, Elizabeth taps her knowledge, intuition, and truths to uncover and amplify purpose and ownable narratives. Based in Los Angeles, Elizabeth is currently writing and speaking about her health and wellness journey and truly believes there is a future where wellness, intuition, and the corporate world collide.Links & Resources:LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/elizabethrosenberg/Twitter: https://twitter.com/goodadvicecoWebsite: www.thegoodadvicecompany.comSponsors:Dream Vacations - https://ctmartin.dreamvacations.com/Bryan D.Sari K.Connect with The Life Shift Podcast:Instagram: www.instagram.com/thelifeshiftpodcastFacebook: www.facebook.com/thelifeshiftpodcastYouTube: https://bit.ly/thelifeshift_youtubeTwitter: www.twitter.com/thelifeshiftpodWebsite: www.thelifeshiftpodcast.comSupport The Life Shift Podcast: Get access to ad-free episodes released two days early and bonus episodes with past guests through Patreon: https://patreon.com/thelifeshiftpodcast Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Inspire People, Impact Lives with Josh Kosnick
Fresh new episode about leadership!In the Spartan Leadership Podcast's latest episode, it is a true pleasure to talk to Tyler Reagin, the founder and CEO of The Life Giving Company. He is a pastor, a leader, and the author of “The Life-Giving Leader” and “Leading Things You Didn't Star.”Join Tyler as he shares his leadership origins and emphasizes the importance of understanding one's distinctive path to greatness. He also shares the importance of having a safety circle, the weight of being "THE" leader, and trusting God's plan in life.Tune in now and find out how to be an impactful leader.Here are the timestamps……(00:00) Intro (3:06) Tyler Talks Origin and Leadership(12:02) Battling Imposter Syndrome(17:24) Defining The Safety Circle(21:47) The Need of Not Being Responsible(23:45) Being "THE" Leader(27:59) Doubting Untrue Leaders(30:28) Thriving Amidst Spiritual Opposition(37:29) Discovering Your Distinctive Path to Greatness(40:23) The Pitfalls of Idolizing Public Figures(48:35) Trusting God's Plan(50:18) Protect Your Ministry from Burnout(56:04) Recognize Your StrugglesCONNECT WITH ME HERE:FacebookInstagramLinkedInTwitterTikTokYouTubeSUBSCRIBE TO THE PODCAST HERE:Apple PodcastsSpotifyYouTubeCONNECT WITH TYLER REAGIN HERE:Website: https://www.tylerreagin.com/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/tylerreagin/?hl=enLinkedIn:https://www.linkedin.com/in/tylerreagin/Twitter: https://twitter.com/tylerreagin?lang=enFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/tylerreagin/CONNECT WITH ME HERE:FacebookInstagramLinkedInTwitterTikTokYouTube SUBSCRIBE TO THE PODCAST HERE:Apple PodcastsSpotifyYouTube
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Ready to finally get out of teacher burnout cycle this summer once and for all? Stop right now and give this one a listen!Teachers often think that summer break is the ideal time to kick burnout to the curb, but the sad truth is that summer is not THE SOLUTION, but it is one of the essential ingredients needed. (And spoiler alert, leaving the classroom isn't either) There is however a crucial stage in the burnout cycle where recovery is possible and Summer Break could be just the tool you've been looking for!The 3 Essential Steps to Using Summer to Break the Burnout CycleKnowing the Signs, Symptoms, and Stages of Burnout - those are important to awareness of the problem. In this episode, we talk about the four stages of the burnout cycle, why summer is not the solution but it is a tool, and the three simple steps you can take this summer to ensure that you use this season wisely and finally break the patterns that have been holding you back.HEAD OVER TO THE SHOW NOTES: teachingmindbodyandsoul.com/episode55
Empower the stylist / Empoderar al estilista
Oh this is a great episode to check up on your current social media. What to do when you are burned out and lose the excitement of being in business & social media breaks how they can transform your business inside /outside of social --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/beautybusinessmind/message
We asked Ivan Zak, veterinarian, serial entrepreneur, the CEO of Galaxy Vets, and passionate advocate for the well-being of veterinary professionals, about his recently published third annual Burnout Study in the Veterinary Profession, salary versus production-based pay structure, and work-life balance. - What are some of the most significant financial-related findings of the burnout study?- What are the pros and cons of production-based pay?- Which groups of veterinarians experience the highest rates of burnout?- What are the study's findings on hybrid and remote work in the veterinary industry?- What are Ivan's suggestions to make schedules more sustainable?- How can employers help their team members with work-life balance?- What unique benefits could an employer provide to help ease the burden of student debt and financial strain?Download the full Burnout Study Whitepaper: https://links.galaxyvets.com/burnoutstudyDownload the Research Paper on Burnout Triggers in Veterinary Medicine: https://galaxyvets.com/learning-center/eliminate-these-six-burnout-triggers-from-your-veterinary-hospital/Ways to connect with Ivan:LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/dr-ivan-zak/Galaxy Vets: https://galaxyvets.com/Ways to connect with Veterinary Financial Summit: https://VetFinancialSummit.comInstagram: @vetfinancialsummitFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/VetFinancialSummitLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/vetfinancialsummitEmail: Leadership@VetFinancialSummit.com
Hi! I'm Dr. Myrdalis Diaz-Ramirez. Welcome to Episode #66!Tune in to our latest episode of Design Your Physician Life Podcast, where we dive deep into Preventing & Overcoming Burnout with Lifestyle Medicine. We get into the causes of burnout and how the different pillars of lifestyle medicine can help you confront and vanquish this villain. Are you ready? Let's go!Follow Dr. Myrdalis Diaz at these links: Website: drmyrdalisdiaz.com Podcast: Design Your Physician Life Linkedin: drmyrdalis Facebook: myrdalisdiaz Instagram: drmyrdalisdiaz
As creatives, we know that setting boundaries is important -- but how often are we sticking to them? It's SO crucial to know your boundaries because often times when they start to slip....burnout starts to sink in. In today's episode we're getting REALLY honest and talking about how we can create healthy boundaries for ourselves & also create a business that thrives (and feels GOOD to us!)Burnout is more common than we think, and recognizing the signs is essential for our well-being. In this episode, I open up about my personal experience with burnout, how it snuck up on me, and how you can see the signs before it goes too far. As an enneagram 9, I often struggled with people pleasing. Saying yes to too many things, always having a lot on my plate, trying to always strive for more and make others exceptionally happy...if you're anything like me, you know these feelings all too well. But guess what? I've learned more and more over time that setting healthy boundaries are not only good for our mental and emotional health -- but they're actually really crucial in preventing burnout and creating a thriving business. Especially as an entrepreneur! Join me in this heartfelt conversation where we explore the importance of setting and maintaining boundaries in our businesses, and how they can change as we grow and reach new levels of success.Here's a sneak peek of what we cover today:1. How the way we approach our business matters (we don't have to build a system that looks like everyone else's -- as a matter of fact, it's better if it doesn't)2. Understanding that burnout can come from all different types of situations and circumstances (it doesn't have to be a long buildup of events)3. How experiencing moments of burnout can actually be really helpful for our business (because it challenges us to grow and learn more about how we best work!)I can't wait for you to dive in and share your takeaways
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How do you strike a balance between creating a culture of care and a culture of high performance?Jerome Myers is a host of The Dreamcatchers podcast and Founder of The Myers Development Group. He designed “Pow Wow at the Mountaintop”, a mastermind program to help people navigate through an exit crisis, where you're leaving behind the familiar to start exploring your own. Climbing the mountaintop to success need not be a lonely journey because there are others who are going through the same challenges you have to overcome. In this episode, Jerome shares how leadership has to be personal, and is integral if you want to build trust, integrity and loyalty in your teams. Treating people with humanity drives success to your business. The deeper the relationship is with your teams, the more accountable they become because they care for the organisation. And there needs to be empowerment and enablement for an individual to know the impact they make on the organisation as a whole.Listen to this episode to learn how you can create a high-performance culture without experiencing burnout.References: Website: https://itooktheredpill.co/Support the showJoin us in our mission at The Leadership Project and learn more about our organization here. https://linktr.ee/mickspiersYou can purchase a copy of the Mick Spiers bestselling book "You're a Leader, Now What?" as an eBook or paperback at Amazon https://www.amazon.com/dp/B09ZBKK8XV
We've reached the Season Finale of another wonderful season, and we want to thank you for your support all throughout the year, in which we became one of the biggest Spanish learning podcasts and reached thousands more than we ever had. And, to end Season 2, we want to take you on a journey like no other in this special DUAL-NARRATOR episode.Have you ever felt the threat of burnout, wanted to travel across Latin America and discover the hidden gems and beautiful locations that are nowhere near the typical tourist traps everyone is going to? Well, we've got the perfect episode for you. In this episode, Anthony, struggling with serious burnout, receives an amazing gift from the mysterious Raquel, which will take him to some of the most incredible locations in the Latin American region. Guatemala, Belize, and more, you'll love it!Join them in this special season finale episode that uses sensory descriptions to boost our storytelling techniques even further… and see you in the next season, Spanish learner!Transcript of this episode is available at: https://podcast.lingomastery.com/listen/1170
Do you spend a lot of your time during the day performing skills that you love or doing tasks and using skills that burn you out?Do you even know what skills you prefer? If you were writing a resume or looking for a job, do you know what skills to discuss with them?It was so revealing to me when I realized that I have NO supervising skills in my preferred skills list. It finally made sense why classroom management was so hard for me! I don't like policing people. I need to keep this in mind as I grow my business because managing a team of people will be a burnout skill for me. That doesn't mean I can't do it, but I will need to plan my business around not having this be huge on my list. Maybe I will need to hire someone to manage the people, so I can keep doing the skills I LOVE which are engaging with people and creating things.What would you change about your job or school if you knew your preferred skills and your burnout skills?If you are a parent and want your child to find out their specific profile and how to use the information, I have 2 options on my website. Find my podcastEmail me: email@example.comText me: 785-380-2064More information Get a YouMap® Assessment Profile
Breezy Babies- Mom, Parent, Pregnant, Baby, Breastfeeding, Family, Postpartum
Families that breastfeed twins are up against some extra barriers that can make it tricky to meet their lactation goals. It's no surprise that twin families need extra support on the postpartum period. My guest today is Shelly Patularu. She's a registered nurse, IBCLC, twin + 1 mom, and creator of Twin Mom Guide. Breastfeeding Twins: A Qualitative StudySay hi to Shelly @twinmomguide on InstaTwin Mom Guide to Breastfeeding Twins (affiliate link)Free Twin Breastfeeding ChecklistThis episode appeared first on the Breezy Babies website.SummaryIntro to this episode. 0:00Welcome to the breezy babies podcast.Breastfeeding twins burnout is real.Breezy Babies business coaching. 1:26New and exciting offering on breezybabies.com, business coaching.Use telehealth consultation for business coachingIntroduction to today's topic. 3:44Introduction to the topic of breastfeeding twins.Study from 2013, breastfeeding twins, a qualitative study.Importance of breastfeeding for premature twins.Advice for families who plan to breastfeed their twins.A mother's milk production is a matter of supply and demand. 8:05Psychological help is necessary for a working mother.Switching breasts every other feed.Introductions and introduction. 10:04Welcome to the show, shaoli.Shaoli introduces herself and shares her top three tips.My journey to becoming an ibclc.Three solid tips for breastfeeding twins.Tip 1: Invest in prenatal breastfeeding education. 13:52Invest in breastfeeding education and support during pregnancy.Prenatal lactation consultation.Tip 2: Postpartum lactation. 16:00Create a personalized twin breastfeeding plan.Provide postpartum lactation support.Breastfeeding tips for twins. 18:14Positioning, latching and removing milk for both babies.Triple feeding and tandem nursinSupport the showFollow along @breezy__babies on Insta for more tips and tricks.Check to see if your insurance will cover FREE consults with Breezy BabiesJoin Bri's crew so we can stay in touch.This podcast is not "medical advice". Please consult with your Healthcare Provider about your specific situation.Podcast song credit: Stock Media provided by juqboxmusic / Pond5
On this week's episode of Enneagram IRL, we meet with Taylor Elyse Morrison. She is a founder, facilitator, coach, and serial entrepreneur making well-being and personal development more accessible. Through her company Inner Workout and her book of the same name, Taylor supports people's journey to know, care for, and become their full selves. In this episode, we talk about Taylor's experience with burnout, discuss her perspective on failure, and how she approaches self-care as a tool for her own well-being, all through the lens of an Enneagram Type 3.Order Taylor's book, Inner Workout, right here! Follow Taylor on Instagram: @innerworkout & @taylorelysemorrisonOr connect with Taylor online: https://www.innerworkout.co/Sign up for her NewsletterTune in to the Inner Warm up PodcastHere are the key takeaways:An experience of burnoutTaylor's definition of self-care & what this looks like in practice Being introduced to the Enneagram and identifying the shadows of Type 3Managing image and shame - “Whose opinion matters?”Listening within and staying attuned “Defining success for myself and expanding what that looks like.” Reframing failureA Type 3's book-writing processPractical advice from one Type 3 to another A quick beginner's guide to listening to your bodyResources mentioned in this episode:Neurodharma by Rick HansonInner Workout by Taylor Elyse Morrison The Sacred Enneagram by Richard RohrFree Self-Care Assessment by Taylor Elyse Morrison5 Dimensions of well-being by Taylor Elyse MorrisonWant to keep the conversation going? Join me on Instagram @ninetypesco to keep learning and chatting about how our types show up in REAL LIFE! Connect with me here: https://www.instagram.com/ninetypesco/?hl=enLearn more about subtypes! Download my free subtypes guide here.Want to stay up to date with all things Nine Types Co? Join my email-list and receive Enneagram reflections, thoughts about growth and personal development. Plus, you'll get priority access to new offers and courses! Sign up here.Not sure about your type? Get my free self-typing guide and a series of six emails to walk you through the whole process. Sign up here: https://ninetypes.co/selftyping-guideTravel to Oaxaca with @BonTraveler (an Enneagram One!) Get all the details here https://www.elcamino.travel/shop/oaxaca-with-bon-travelerAnd follow Jess on Instagram https://www.instagram.com/bontraveler/
This is Type 1: Real-Life Type 1 Diabetes
Jessica Freeman: entrepreneur, author, and athlete thriving with type 1 diabetes joins us on the podcast to talk about...BurnoutGrowing up in a rural area (doctor was 4 hrs away!)Advice for partners of people with chronic illnessLike many of our guests, Jessica is living proof that T1D does not have to hold you back. Listen in to hear more about Jessica's story, and how she is not letting the 'betes hold HER back.What to do next... Leave a review on Apple Podcasts Join the Half-Dead Pancreas Club Follow the Pod on Instagram Follow Colleen on Instagram Follow Jessie on Instagram Follow us on TikTok
Advice Hotline #3 Very relatable content this week about experiencing burnout in the workplace and dealing with social anxiety. Support my small little independent show by clicking the share button Another great way to support the show is by joining my patreon at patreon.com/taystudios --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/tayspacepodcast/message
Repurpose Your Career | Career Pivot | Careers for the 2nd Half of Life | Career Change | Baby Boomer
Description: In this episode, I want to discuss mental health issues that I have seen around me. We just spent 3 weeks back in the United States and I had many meetings with friends, past clients, and professional colleagues. I heard many of them speak about the mental health issues they or their families were experiencing in this post-pandemic world. I wrote about this in my last Career Pivot Insights newsletter, and I receive more responses than I have ever received. It obviously resonated with a lot of people. This episode is sponsored by the Career Pivot community but more on that later. I am going to keep this short as I think it is an important topic. Topics I discuss are as follows: Burnout and the need to take a break Job has changed due to climate change and now dealing with unhappy customers Mental health issues due to businesses collapsing due to the pandemic The once tolerable commute is now intolerable because of unreasonable demands of management Going down a rathole of conspiracy theories My own battles with mental health and how I now deal with it If anything in this episode sounds familiar I want to encourage you to get help. I have experienced a lot of mental health issues in my life and it took some real prodding to get help. I have sought help multiple times in my life and I am always glad I did. The pandemic has been hard on all of us. If you need help go get it. This episode is sponsored by Career Pivot. Check out the Career Pivot Community, and pick up my latest book, Repurpose Your Career: A Practical Guide for the 2nd Half of Life Third Edition. For the full show notes and resources mentioned in the episode click here.
Clinical Psychologist and Founder of "Anxiety Solutions CBT," Renee Mills, joins me to discuss:emotional intelligence in the workplacestress vs anxiety vs burnouthow to make space for your feelingshow to assert yourself and set boundarieshow to get comfortable with confrontation and avoid conflicthow to stay motivatedhow to endorse yourselfhow to solve our problems instead of dramatizing our problemshow to be empathetic instead of sympathetichow to discover our jobhow to be socially savvyCONTACT RENEE: https://anxietysolutionscbt.com/Sponsor:Is there something interfering with your happiness or is preventing you from achieving your goals? https://betterhelp.com/leo and enjoy 10% off your first month and start talking to mental health professional today!! 1-on-1 Coaching: If you want go from feeling hopeless to hopeful, lonely to connected and like a burden to a blessing, then go to 1-on-1 coaching, go to www.thrivewithleo.com. Let's get to tomorrow, together. National Suicide Prevention Lifeline988Teen Line (Los Angeles)800-852-8336The Trevor Project (LGBTQ Youth Hotline)866-488-7386National Domestic Violence Hotline800-799-SAFE [800-799-7233]Crisis Text LineText "Connect" to 741741 in the USALifeline Chathttps://suicidepreventionlifeline.org/chat/International Suicide Hotlines: http://www.suicide.org/international-suicide-hotlines.htmlhttps://www.nowmattersnow.org/skillshttps://sobermeditations.libsyn.com/ www.suicidesafetyplan.com https://scaa.club/
Facing burnout before the busy season? This may be a hard reality you're currently facing in your career and as scary as it is to admit, it's important to recognize how you're feeling and address it head-on. You don't want to enter into your next wedding season feeling drained and emotionally exhausted. This week, we're digging deep into our own personal experiences with burnout and what we did at the moment to help combat those feelings as well as what we changed in our lives to proactively prevent it from happening year after year. Want access to rad freebies, giveaways, wedding referrals, and so much more? Join our Facebook Group Follow us on Instagram Visit our Website Meet Our Sponsors Use WGY20 to get 20% off an annual premium membership with Vidflow Use WGY20 for 20% off any membership plan with Second Society Use WGY15 for 15% off your order with Rospins
If you're not feeling like your vibrant and kick-ass self, maybe you're running on fumes...you could be dealing with BURNOUT! It's not just physical burnout of tiredness and exhaustion, it happens to your mind too, as much, if not more. The conversation typically has been about adrenal glands, but the conversation has matured really be about the hormonal orchestra of your HPA Axis. This hypothalamus, pituitary, and adrenal axis is where we need to focus on understanding what is happening and begin to make changes to support ourselves or a loved one and start healing. You could experience many symptoms, from depression to anxiety, cardiovascular issues to obesity...and so many more. So, on this episode of Eat This with Lianne, we have invited a true expert in the field of BURNOUT, Dr. Tara Campbell, a Naturopathic Doctor and founder of the Higher Health Naturopathic Centre (in Toronto, Canada), to help us look deeper into how we end up in a state of burnout, and most importantly, what we can do to help. Join us! Products mentioned: Physica Energetics, Take This by Lianne and Real Mushrooms Magnesium BisGlycinate with Taurine Real Mushrooms capsules. (Use this link and EATTHIS for 15% off your order.) Liposome B Complex Liquid Kid Boost Skin Boost NAC or N-Acetyl Cysteine Adult Boost Bio Boost
El Burn Out es uno de los estados que más afectan a miles de personas alrededor del mundo. Es esta sensación de no poder parar, de trabajar y crear todo el tiempo sin descansar. Después de estar en Burn Out una vez más me di cuenta que lo más fácil para salir de esta situación son las herramientas de las que hablamos en este episodio. También encontrarás una sanación para poder salir de ese estado de estrés y de agotamiento mental.
Are you an engineer feeling overworked, undervalued, and unsure of how to advance in your career? We speak to former engineer Zach White, who overcame burnout and personal struggles to achieve career success and personal fulfillment. Tune in to learn from his journey and discover actionable strategies for achieving career success and work-life balance. You […]
I (Shanee) have been going through a season of tiredness, lack of motivation, and just feeling "numb" and unengaged from life, relationships, and the work. Thankfully, over the last couple weeks, God has been bringing me out of that season, and I want to share so that others can get out of their season faster than I did! In this episode, I share some "red flags" of unhealth to watch out for, 5 potential causes for a season of like this, and biblical solutions for every cause.
Burnout has been top of mind lately. Searches for burnout are at an all time high. But what exactly is burnout beyond just a buzzword? How can we differentiate it from exhaustion or stress? And most importantly, how can we recognise the signs of burnout and effectively deal with it as well as prevented in the future? That's the focus of this episode.We speak with Aparna Dubey as she describes how she figured out she was burning out, the research she did, how she managed it and built systems to prevent it in the future. Aparna is a seasoned leader with the consumer goods industry with 18 years experience across the Asia-Pacific region. She's worked with top multinational, such as Procter and Gamble, and Kimberly-Clark. She's an MBA from the prestigious Indian Institute of Management Ahmedabad, often ranked number one in India. Episode Shownoteshttps://howtolive.life/episode/043-Preventing-burnout-with-Aparna-DubeyRelated Episodes#037 Finding purpose at work with Dean Tonghttps://howtolive.life/ep37spotifyhttps://howtolive.life/ep37appleLeave us a messagehttps://howtolive.life/contactFollow usLinkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/sharadlal24/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/PodcastHowtolive/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/podcasthowtolive/Information on Podcast & Hosthttps://howtolive.life/
In this episode, Nataly shares her journey from suffering a severe burnout 6 years ago to where she is today. If you're feeling burned out, or just overwhelmed, this episode will both inspire you and give you tangible actions you can take right now to fuel your energy and feel a little better.-In the episode, Nataly shares:Common symptoms of burnout and how she experienced them.3 powerful lessons she learned as she recovered from her own burnout.Small yet surprisingly powerful actions you can take daily to fuel your energy and well-being. And much more!-**REGISTER FOR AWESOME HUMAN HOUR LIVE**-Click the link below to register for Awesome Human Hour Live and join us with the live audience, ask questions, and more!https://zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_k8wilMrgQYu9Qa_9k0dilw
Conversation with Dr. Thom Mayer, the Medical Director for the NFL Players Association; the Executive Vice President of Leadership for LogixHealth; Founder of Best Practices, Inc.; the 2018 winner of the James D. Mills Outstanding Contribution to Emergency Medicine Award; nominated to the Pro Football Hall of Fame; named by USA Today as one of the “100 Most Important People in the NFL”; lead a mobile team to Ukraine to train medical personnel; served as the Command Physician at the Pentagon Rescue Operation; served on 3 Defense Science Board Task Forces advising the Secretary of Defense; an author of books including Battling Healthcare Burnout; and the originator of the NFL Concussion Guidelines program. Episode on Website
In today's episode, Havilah is talking all about burnout. She's diving into the signs of burnout and what you do when you are officially burned out. Let's dive into the symptoms and solutions so you can get yourself OUT of burnout! "Burnout is like a cake that has been left in the oven for far too long." Thanks for listening we hope you enjoyed and if you are looking for more way to connect and resources check out these links: : + http://havilahcunnington.com + http://truthtotable.com + http://thetruthacademy.com --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/havilah-cunnington/support
Nevertheless, She Persisted: Surviving Teen Depression and Anxiety
#150 In today's solo episode, I am answering a bunch of your questions on mental health when applying to college and while attending college! I talk all about how to practice self-care even while busy in college and how to avoid burnout, how you can enjoy the present and make the most of your college experience, what to do when your workload is becoming overwhelming, what you can do freshman year to set yourself up for college success, how to deal with rejection during the college admissions process, and how to manage your stress during final exams and when applying for jobs and internships while in school. This episode is a MUST LISTEN if you're wondering how to optimize your mental health while making the transition into college! MENTIONED+ College Mini-Series: Ep. 147+ College Mini-Series: Ep. 148+ College Mini-Series: Ep. 149+ Submit your questions! SHOP GUEST RECOMMENDATIONS: https://amzn.to/3A69GOCEPISODE SPONSOR
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Burnout: What I Have Learned So Far with Meg Leddy
Three experiences hit me hard this week and reminded me of three important points that help me with burnout. This is a reminder to me that I always have a choice, I do not need to react, and I can put better boundaries in place. Interested in the little yellow activator (aka Protandim Nrf2 Synergizer) from the commercial? Check it out here.Other amazing products that I recommend are the liquid collagen, fish oil, probiotic, and the NAD and Nrf1.
The Upper Hand: Chuck & Chris Talk Hand Surgery
Season 4, Episode 15. Chuck and Chris discuss community and what it is so important. We begin, however, discussing kids, coaching and other activities before pivoting into a discussion on burnout and how community helps! More and more brunout is a topic that matters. While time away from work and time with family is one burnout remedy, another is connection or, for the purposes of this discussion, community. We discuss 7 important communities (actually more) that engage us and give us a connection that matters. Join us!Subscribe to our newsletter: https://bit.ly/3iHGFpDSee www.practicelink.com/theupperhand for more information from our partner on job search and career opportunities. Please complete NEW Survey: bit.ly/3X0Gq89As always, thanks to @iampetermartin for the amazing introduction and conclusion music.Complete podcast catalog at theupperhandpodcast.wustl.edu.
The World and Everything In It
Social workers face the worst of human brokenness every day. And they're often lightning rods for the anger of everyone involved in the foster care system: families, foster families, judges, and even the kids themselves. Burnout and turnover is high, a heart-breaking end to careers that almost always start with a desire to help. But Christians, who know the source of hope, are finding ways to help.North Korea is one of the most secretive, closed-off countries in the world, but World Help has a network of trusted partners there with 20+ years of experience smuggling Bibles and other aid to believers. These partners use donations to print, ship, and secretly distribute Bibles as well as food to people who have been desperately praying for help. And since North Koreans share their Bibles with trusted family and friends, each copy impacts around five people. Click here to learn more and donate.