10 Ways to Avoid Burnout in The Workplace

“A workplace with countless rows of desks.” by Alex Kotliarskyi on Unsplash

Six years ago after graduating college, like many other graduates, I was officially on the hunt for a full-time job. Soon enough, I began work only two weeks after my graduation day and was in full-force with paving the way for my career. I was eager, excited, and ecstatic to have started so quickly. I was motivated, driven, and determined. I wanted to learn as much as I could so that I could ensure that I was great at my job.

Lo and behold, it has taken my far and after all of that hard work, I am very proud of just how far I have come. However, there were times when I felt that I was on the verge of burning out even though I had only just gotten started. Whenever I felt this happening, I made sure to take a breath, put things into perspective, and shift my mindset towards the bigger picture.

I have spoken to many other young professionals who also feel a similar way, which is what leads me to believe that sometimes, we just need to slow it down a bit in order to avoid feeling this way. Here are 10 ways to avoid burnout:

This article was originally published on LinkedIn by Lindsey Lazarte

Writer & Digital Advertising Expert based in New York. Avid Runner & plant Mom. I write about writing and life in general.

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