Preventing Burnout: My Fellow Workaholics Take Note

I’ll admit something – I’m a workaholic.

I’m always working on something, whether that is a new project, a new blog post, research, new programs for my clients – the list goes on and on.

The balance between work and rest is rather difficult to maintain for me.

At the current pace I’m going at I know that burnout is inevitable, but it isn’t that easy to simply ease back on things – my mindset is to go, go, go.

This is simply how I’ve been hard-wired – always wanting to do more and more.

I do realize the importance of taking it easy and by all means I want to have a more laid back lifestyle, but like I said this had never been the easiest thing for me to do.

I came across this article recently that I have to share with my fellow workaholics out there. It gave me tremendous perspective and really taught me a great deal. Take a look at it here.

The article comes from the blog of Tim Ferriss – without a doubt my favorite author – it is the burnout story of one of his employees and it is fascinating.

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