9 tips for managing burnout, from Jay Leno and other successful entrepreneurs
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- Almost half of Americans feel burnout - but these busy leaders know how to strike a balance.
- Jay Leno says hiring the right team is key to success. For Luke Freiler, clearing out his inbox helps get rid of stressful distractions. And Matt Clark likes to take micro-breaks.
- Shaun Rawls recommends seeing where your energy is going, and Andrea Callanan stresses developing daily practices.
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Constant exhaustion and overwhelm. Brain fog. No passion for work - or life in general. No one wants to feel the effects of burnout, and yet nearly half of Americans do. We asked these busy but balanced leaders and advisors in The Oracles how to beat burnout before you fall too far. Here's their advice:
1. Hire a talented team who make working a joy and treat them well
2. Define your vision and valuesAdvertisement
3. Clear your inbox
4. Develop a daily practiceAdvertisement
5. Try an energy assessment
6. Align your work with your goalsAdvertisement
7. Do things you enjoy and take micro-breaks
8. Talk to your employerAdvertisement
9. Get clarity with this three-step approach
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