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HOW TO RECOGNIZE BURNOUT SYMPTOMS BEFORE IT’S TOO LATE

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Health is the most valuable resource you have. Without good health, you can’t expect to find professional success, develop healthy relationships or achieve financial independence. Some health problems can’t be anticipated or avoided, but many others are catalyzed by your everyday life, your lifestyle, and the choices that you make. Work burnout is caused by environmental factors, and it is one of the most common reasons people fall ill, both mentally and physically. 

Do you often find yourself wondering if you’re feeling burned out and if what you’re experiencing is common? Anticipating and understanding what will give us energy and what will drain us is crucial to experiencing a life of joy and fulfillment. But many aren’t sure what burnout symptoms they should be aware of, much less what to do when burned out or how to embrace fulfilling strategies. As a result, they feel stressed, sick and burned out. You may have even felt this way for so long you think it’s normal.

FEELING BURNED OUT? UNDERSTANDING BURNOUT SYMPTOMS

The World Health Organization recently described burnout as an “occupational phenomenon” characterized by exhaustion, distancing yourself mentally from your career and being less effective on the job. The Mayo Clinic defines work burnout similarly as a special type of job stress. Like everyday stress, burnout is caused in part by physical or emotional exhaustion. But burnout is unique in that it also entails a lack of fulfillment on the job. You’re more likely to experience work burnout symptoms if your job affords little control (e.g. over your schedule and workload), has unclear performance expectations (e.g. requirements for getting a raise), has a dysfunctional organizational culture or creates an unhealthy work-life balance. If you don’t learn what to do when burned out, burnout can create physical and mental health symptoms that wreak havoc in almost every area of life, including your finances. 

WORK BURNOUT, MONEY AND STRESS

Your stress levels can directly impact your health – and what’s the number one source of stress in most people’s lives? Money. How do you acquire money? By working. A rewarding career is just that – a source of contentment, empowerment and provision. But when you’re experiencing financial stressors in addition to workplace stressors, you’ve found the perfect recipe for work burnout. 

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