Take your PTO to prevent burnout. But actually log off.
How to take your PTO time fully logged off.
10 traits of an anti-burnout employee
A teardown of my top tips to work burnout-free.
Take your PTO to prevent burnout. But actually.
Some cultures and bosses may frown on PTO. But taking it is good for you and your company. Bon voyage.
Have friends at work but don’t let them be your only friends
You’re going to be more engaged when you have a friend at work but that doesn’t mean you need to see them in person several times per week.
Create an outside-of-hours plan with your boss so you can actually log off
Stop checking in on work at all hours and instead create a plan with your boss.
Act like an owner
How to resist burnout even when your compensation revolves around the stock price
Manage your second shift. Build a wall between work and sleep.
If your normal workday is a wall of meetings, your evening is likely dedicated to work. How to keep it from impacting your sleep.
Kill your darlings at work to refocus, avoid burnout
It can be hard to part with work you genuinely enjoy but it might just save you from burnout
Take work off your phone to find focus, quality
Your phone is your property. Treat it as such.
Yes, you can advance your career away from the office
There’s a common leadership notion that you must be in the office to grow. That’s untrue.