Sustain Archives

Sustain Archives

Archive of Sustain, my weekly newsletter with strategies with the tools and courage to work without burnout.
Dec
01
What needs to be true for you to be healthy and well at work

What needs to be true for you to be healthy and well at work

Breaking down the new framework for mental health and well-being at work
3 min read
Nov
17
How to manage your manager

How to manage your manager

How well you can manage your manager is a skill critical to avoiding burnout at work.
3 min read
Nov
10
Thrashing around won’t help in an environment with layoffs

Thrashing around won’t help in an environment with layoffs

The hustle culture mindset won’t help avoid layoffs.
3 min read
Nov
03
Here’s the note I sent to my new boss to establish my boundaries

Here’s the note I sent to my new boss to establish my boundaries

How to proactively control your destiny in how you work.
3 min read
Oct
27
Work’s already spooky enough. How to unspook it.

Work’s already spooky enough. How to unspook it.

Here are spooky elements of work and its unspooky alternatives
2 min read
Oct
20
10 traits of an anti-burnout employee

10 traits of an anti-burnout employee

A teardown of my top tips to work burnout-free.
2 min read
Oct
13
Have friends at work but don’t let them be your only friends

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.
2 min read
Oct
06
Act like an owner

Act like an owner

How to resist burnout even when your compensation revolves around the stock price
2 min read
Sep
29
Kill your darlings at work to refocus, avoid burnout

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
2 min read
Sep
22
Yes, you can advance your career away from the office

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.
2 min read