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To quit burnout, first downsize your relationship with work

Working hard to find stability is good, but you'll find a point of diminishing returns shortly after that
To quit burnout, first downsize your relationship with work
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How I Quit Burnout issue #4 (Get it in your inbox next Tuesday)

My story

Once I decided to change the way I viewed success, defined more around the ability to control my time, the next logical step for me was to align all my actions around that definition. Sure I felt an implicit societal pressure to chase the next raise and promotion as quickly as possible.

But at what cost?

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