Are you a leader who is experiencing workplace burnout?
Is burnout a physical or mental state? Or does it also have an effect on your body?
Burnout can affect anyone, from new hires to seasoned professionals. It can have a negative impact on your mental and physical health, as well as your job performance. However, there are ways to combat burnout and restore your work-life balance.
Do you want to understand how to spot the physical symptoms of burnout and protect yourself from completely burning out?
In this episode, our guest Dex Randall shared tips on how he overcame his burnout by paying attention to the physical symptoms that happened to him.
Dex Randall coaches professionals from burnout to heart-centered leadership. His career in corporate software development and leadership ended in burnout and a heart attack at 55. He recovered and spent the next five years perfecting techniques to coach others out of burnout – quickly, reliably and sustainably. With his proven step-by-step process to beat burnout, people start feeling better in 3-4 weeks – guaranteed.
Check out this video to understand how to deal with work-related burnout.
So let me share some of my favorite lines from this interview: “I think really that when you start seeing the good in yourself, when you start taking care of yourself a little bit better, you will be much more resilient to whatever’s happening at work” – Dex Randall
“The way I differentiate between burnout and depression is normally in depression, people have kind of given up a little bit. Whereas in burnout, they really haven’t. They still think, oh no, I’ll just try a little bit harder and I’ll be able to overcome this. I think that the driver is still running, but I do think there’s quite a lot. I think burnout is a broadly speaking, depressive condition, a condition of hopelessness and helplessness.f.” – Dex Randall
“When you get up in the morning, particularly if you feel dread of work and your mind is racing and you’re irritable or tired. Write down ten things you appreciate about yourself. Doesn’t matter what, just about your intrinsic self. And sometimes if that’s very difficult to do. Just be very gentle with your brain that’s trying to object and just know it’s okay. I can find ten things I appreciate about myself.”
– Dex Randall
“Cortisol is a good hormone. It’s a survival hormone. It helps you cope with the situation. But too much of it or too little of it is a problem. So when you’re constantly in this stress reactivity mode, it may start staying too high. And then you start kind of what we call physical symptoms of burnout. You know, you’re feeling like you go, go, go, go, and you’re not able to relax, you’re not able to sleep..
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So today, how do you want to bring yourself back so you can fight burnout at work?
It’s not too late to pause a little while and prioritize yourself.
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