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When passionate, committed people become deeply dissatisfied with their professional or private role, burnout is a healthy reaction to a faulty situation.
The World Health Organisation included burnout in the International Classification of Diseases (ICD-11) as an 'occupational phenomenon'. Depression, anxiety, insomnia, digestive disorders often accompany burnout, if left untreated.
Real-life burnout is a complex personal crisis. Moving past it requires thoughtful and heartful care.
There are many factors that raise your risk of burnout.
Run through this CHECKLIST and think through the warning signs that resonate with you.
What actions can you take to mitigate these risks, so you can sustainably prevent burnout while respecting your priorities and achieving your life goals?
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