(Video-Interview): Burnout Recovery Stages; How to Begin Life after Burnout with Victor Bartley

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Do you find it difficult to start over after burnout?

Burnout is a common condition, but it’s important to understand the process of recovery. It takes hard work, dedication and support. But with the right attitude towards your recovery, you can make it happen!

Do you want to learn more about how to begin living again after burnout?

In this episode, our guest, Victor Bartley, has shared his personal experience on how he started over with a tough time after not being able to get the work done and having no energy.

Victor is a speaker, author, and coach who is on a mission to guide those who are burned out in the journey of well-being.  He firmly believes burnout is an invitation to begin again.

Check out this video so you can learn that starting over doesn’t have to be so hard.

In this interview, you will learn:

00:00 min – Introduction

01:59 min – Victor’s experience with burnout recovery

08:18 min – Victor’s life after recovering from burnout

11:43 min – Burnout recovery stages of Victor (Comparison of wildlife to human burnout) 

14:25 min – A framework Victor used for recovery

22:32 min – The burnout recovery process

29:07 min – Connect with Victor (victorspeakslife.org) 

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So let me share some of my favorite lines from this interview:

Just really being present in the moment are gifts that are part of this liberation experience. But definitely included in this experience is an increased emotional intelligence, the ability to name my feelings, the ability to talk about them, the ability to wrestle with them. Those are things that are a part of my journey that are deeply vital to prevention and the continued process of recovery” 

– Victor Bartley

I think starting with a therapist is a perfect starting point in order to increase the vitality of your emotional intelligence.
– Victor Bartley

In case of human burnout we have the inner capacity to recover, but we also need to take steps to prevent recurrent episodes. So we allow our mind and our body to recover fully.

 – Dr. Rozina

I would say in kind of coming back to the center of the recovery journey is begin to explore the differentiation and connection between who you are and what you do.” 

– Victor Bartley 

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Remember, burnout is a common workplace problem. It can take a toll on your mental health, relationships, and career. The good news is that you can recover from burnout and live your life again. 

So today, are you going to allow burnout to spread? Or are you going to take small steps to prevent it?

Dedicated to your health and happiness, 

Dr. Rozina

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