HOW TO STOP CHRONIC BURNOUT FOR GOOD

HOW TO STOP CHRONIC BURNOUT FOR GOOD

BURNOUT is a state of chronic stress that leads to: physical and emotional exhaustion, cynicism and detachment, [and] feelings of ineffectiveness and lack of accomplishment.

Oh friend…. Lets read that again:

  • Chronic stress

  • physical and emotional exhaustion

  • cynicism and detachment

  • feelings of ineffectiveness and lack of accomplishment. 

No one wants to feel that way… am I right?

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THE BEST TIPS FOR OVERCOMING JEALOUSY

THE BEST TIPS FOR OVERCOMING JEALOUSY

Dear friend…. please hear me that living in a state jealousy is a complete waste of time, but I know it is something we all succumb to at some point or another. It doesn’t help you get what you want. It doesn’t help you become stronger, smarter, more successful, or happier. All it does is keep you stuck in a place of negativity.

And that is so not helpful!

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HOW TO DESIGN YOUR IDEAL MORNING ROUTINE

HOW TO DESIGN YOUR IDEAL MORNING ROUTINE

I don’t know about you, but when my morning starts out late and chaotic — overslept, not prepared, rushed out of the door already late, etc — the rest of my day tends to reflect that same chaos.

Anyone with me on this? 

The tone of your morning absolutely sets the tone for your day.

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BUILD YOUR RESERVES

BUILD YOUR RESERVES

Having reserves reduces stress. Reserves of what? Reserves of EVERYTHING! My stress is lowered when I know I have reserves of intangibles, like energy, and reserves of tangibles, like gasoline. Whenever the orange fuel light pops on in my dashboard, my eyes flip down to the lower right side of the dash and there it is, that little orange fuel light that says I better stop soon. If you’re like my kids, you’re thinking, “Yeah, so?” They can drive for days with their fuel light on. My tendency is to want to pull over to the first station I see to maintain my reserves. Running out of gas would not be the end of the world, but it would be a big hassle I’d like to avoid…. And it’s relatively easy to avoid: just stop and refuel.

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MAKE GRATITUDE YOUR ATTITUDE

MAKE GRATITUDE YOUR ATTITUDE

Your attitude influences your perspective in any situation or relationship. Your perspective impacts your self-talk, which influences your beliefs. Your self-talk and beliefs are influenced by your intentional or unintentional incorporating of other people’s influences, beliefs, convictions, and insights. Strive to influence your own perspective rather than follow someone else’s. Make sure that your perspective feeds your positive attitude and creates more energy for you. Judgmental perspectives foster negative attitudes that drain your energy. 

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BE PATIENT WITH YOURSELF AS YOU EVOLVE

BE PATIENT WITH YOURSELF AS YOU EVOLVE

It's time to listen to yourself. Tune into what your body is asking of you. Turn up the volume on your positive self-talk. The conversations you have with yourself (that no one else hears) set the tone for your attitude and perspective each day. Tuning into your body and turning up the volume on your positive self-talk will impact each and every small choice you make.

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