Overcoming Burnout: It’s About Much More than the Bottom Line

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Burnout. The word alone likely evokes negative feelings in anyone who reads it, because the fact is we’ve probably all experienced it. We sit down at our desk or enter our workplace and simply feel lifeless, like we’ve been running a marathon and simply can’t go another step. Or maybe we’re going through the motions, doing the bare minimum because we can’t bring ourselves to do anything more. In this Edge, we’re featuring three excellent books on burnout and how to overcome it— one on the immediate steps you must take when you experience burnout, one that shows you how to get back on track in the long-term, and finally a book that shows that the other side of burnout can lead to even greater success if we manage it right.

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