People who display symptoms of burnout often have an unhealthy habit of measuring their level of worth based on how much they can accomplish.
And when they try to actually rest, their brains continue running and searching for something to be stressed about so it can activate the stress response again.
In America, burnout culture is prevalent, and accomplishments at work are glorified to the point where people refuse to stop giving their all, even at the expense of their mental health.
A burnout mindset leads to you feeling stuck. But you can get unstuck by rewiring your brain and its thought patterns.
When you can avoid burnout and remain free from stress, you will be able to harness your full potential.
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