When you “push through” your burnout and keep working, the work you’re doing…
…well, it probably sucks.
Okay, that might be too strong, but seriously – the work you do, the way you show up, it’s not going to be as good as if you’d just sit your ass down and rest.
Because you’re fucking tired.
And when you’re reaaaaaallly fucking tired, you can’t:
😰think as clearly
😰be as creative
😰make the right decisions for you
😰be as resilient & agile when things go wrong
😰work as quickly and efficiently
Seriously, my love, tell me:
Would you rather do the best work you can, as quickly as you can, and feel good while you do it?
Would you rather struggle to do things when you’re not feeling 100%?
If the first is true, here’s the one thing you need to know:
You’re probably gonna have to take way more breaks than you currently do to get there.
That sounds simple, but you and I know it’s not.
It’s really hard to slow down, take days off, and put things down when you have goals to meet…
…because capitalism teaches us that if we slow down, we will go broke and won’t meet our goals.
But the real truth is, if you burn yourself out to the point where what you’re doing sucks, that’s the only surefire way you won’t meet your goals.
(Or you will, but you’ll be miserable in the process, in which case – wtf is the point?)
Ready to get off the miserable AF burn out train?
Here’s what you have to do:
🔥look at what unhelpful stories, fears, and lived experiences are keeping you from resting
🔥learn how to TRULY heal and move past these stories, fears, and experiences
🔥create evidence that it is financially safe for you to rest
🔥practice resting, and working through the mindfuckery and trauma that shows up to get in your way
Once you do that over, and over, and over…and over…again, that’s when you’ll finally be able to create that sustainable, work-life balance you’ve been craving.
The one where you’re:
🌈not burnt out
🌈spend tons of time with your family
🌈turn off your brain when you’re not working
🌈actually enjoy your life
Want that for yourself? That’s the reality I help my 1:1 coaching clients create for themselves every day.
I’ve got two spots left in my practice until the end of the year (and likely until next spring) – so if you’ve been thinking about working with me, this is your chance.