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Signs You're Burned Out at Work

DESCRIPTION: In this video I provide 3 of the biggest signs you are burned out at work. I give you descriptions of each symptom of job burnout so you can evaluate your life and career to determine if you're experiencing career burnout. Watch the video or read the post below.

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Here are the three biggest signs you're suffering from job burnout.

Knowing what I know now, I should have recognized a lot sooner than I was burned out at work.

These three signs don't necessarily apply to everyone. They don't necessarily apply to every situation. But, if you're experiencing any of them, you should really take a deep look and see if you're burned out. Then, determine what you can do to overcome them.

The first sign is when you're at work or even at home and you have a general sense of apathy. You have all this crap coming down you and you're just sitting there, kind of taking the blows. It’s same s*** different day.

But, you're not doing anything to change your circumstances. You're not wanting to push forward or to make any changes to make things better.

The second sign is when you shift from apathy at work to lethargy at home. Your friends want to go out, “not a chance in hell.” You want to go work out at the gym, “Nah, I'll go tomorrow.” Maybe a weekend away with your loved one, “you know what I'm just so tired.”

WIth lethargy, there’s so much crap is come down upon you that you're burned out. You just want to sit on the couch and do nothing.

With apathy and lethargy really understand that there's a difference between just being in a situation where you need rest versus this repetitive process, day after day, weekend after weekend, of not wanting to do anything.

The last sign is a general irritability. people Life just sucks. People are irritating you over and over and over again. Of course, you’ll get irritated when someone cuts you off. But, this is when somebody brushes past you and you get frustrated and you snap at someone for no real reason.

When you look at your life and you look at your work environment, look for those three signs. Are you apathetic? Do you feel a general sense of lethargy? Are you irritable all the time? Look deep into your life, look deep into your work environment, and determine what's causing your burnout? Then, try to change that activity. Look for opportunities to do things that increase your energy or that bring you energy.

-Stewart

ABOUT STEWART

Hi. I’m Stewart Swayze, I’m a Career Transition and Marketing Coach for Entrepreneurs. I release new videos every week on those topics. If your interested in developing your career or marketing your business, view my YouTube Channel below.

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