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Have you ever heard the phrase "If you love what you do, you'll never work a day in your life?" Yeah ... I don't think that's true. Even if you love what you do, you still need to take care of yourself or you'll burn out. In this weekly podcast, I talk to experts to learn ways to avoid or overcome burnout at work.

Talk Burnout Kevin Joseph

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Have you ever heard the phrase "If you love what you do, you'll never work a day in your life?" Yeah ... I don't think that's true. Even if you love what you do, you still need to take care of yourself or you'll burn out. In this weekly podcast, I talk to experts to learn ways to avoid or overcome burnout at work.

    11 Tips From 11 Episodes: Season 1 Finale

    11 Tips From 11 Episodes: Season 1 Finale

    Hello everyone and welcome to the season 1 finale of Talk Burnout! At this
    point I've talked to 11 guests and learned many different ways to avoid or
    overcome burnout. Thank you so much for joining me along the way.

    For this episode, I’m doing a recap to cover some of the most important
    tips we learned in this first season. Check out the tips in this episode
    and read the notes at talkburnout.com/podcast/12.

    I would love to hear your feedback on the first season! I set up a quick
    survey at talkburnout.com/survey. This was my first podcast so your
    feedback will be very helpful to let me know what to improve.

    • 9 min
    How to Give Your Best and Still Avoid Burnout with Justin Jones-Fosu

    How to Give Your Best and Still Avoid Burnout with Justin Jones-Fosu

    What is Justin's definition of burnout?

    Burnout is when you say "UUUGGGGHH". It's when sometimes that normally
    takes 10 minutes takes 30 minutes.

    You’ll learn:

    * What living your life On 10 means

    * How to find the behaviors that help you live your best life

    * Why it's so important to live with consistency

    About Justin:

    Justin Jones-Fosu, MBA, CSP is a full-time husband and daddy who also
    happens to be a highly sought after business speaker, social entrepreneur,
    and meaningful work researcher. He is the founder and CEO of Work.
    Meaningful. where he speaks 60-70 times per year to companies,
    organizations, and associations in the US and internationally on meaningful
    work and workplace engagement. He is passionate about helping organizations
    and individuals take action to achieve amazing meaningful results. His
    latest book “Your WHY Matters NOW: How Some Achieve More and Others Don’t”
    challenges the reader to merge their purpose and productivity to get more
    out of work and life. He is all about turning events into memorable
    experiences with his humorous and engaging delivery as well as with his
    research-based content!

    You can find show notes and resources for this episode at
    talkburnout.com/podcast/11

    • 35 min
    How to Set Up Routines to Avoid Burnout with Chelsea B Foster

    How to Set Up Routines to Avoid Burnout with Chelsea B Foster

    What is Chelsea's definition of burnout?

    Burnout is when you feel like you're on a hamster wheel and you're never
    able to get off. You're working too much and you're not feeling fulfilled.

    You’ll learn:

    * How Chelsea helps people handle burnout

    * How to set up routines based on your energy

    * Why Chelsea started her Burnout-Proof Your Biz podcast

    About Chelsea:

    It’s Chelsea's mission to empower creatives, bloggers, and coaches break
    the cycle of overwhelm and burnout, and scale beyond their dreams so they
    can step into that lifestyle of freedom they actually want and truly
    deserve--and they can do it right now.

    You can find show notes and resources for this episode at
    talkburnout.com/podcast/10

    • 25 min
    The 7 P's of Personal Burnout with Anese Cavanaugh

    The 7 P's of Personal Burnout with Anese Cavanaugh

    What is Anese's definition of burnout?

    Burnout is when we've reached the point in our life when we're no longer
    excited or energized by what we're up to.

    You'll learn:

    * Why working long hours doesn't necessarily mean you'll burn out

    * How to find purpose no matter what job you're in

    * A quick way to feel less isolated

    About Anese:

    Anese Cavanaugh is devoted to helping people show up and bring their best
    selves to the table in order to create significant positive impact in their
    lives. She is the creator of the IEP Method® (Intentional Energetic
    Presence®), an advisor and thinking partner to leaders and organizations
    around the world, and author of CONTAGIOUS CULTURE: Show Up, Set the Tone,
    and Intentionally Create an Organization That Thrives (McGraw Hill, 11/15).
    As a leading voice on intention, energy, and presence in leadership and
    culture, she helps people unlock greater leadership potential, collaborate
    more inspiringly, create more openly, intuit more bravely, and lead more
    joyfully and effectively. Top innovators and executives in companies like
    IDEO, Zingerman’s, Cooper, GM Financial, Vistaprint, 15Five, Fitbit, Nike,
    Vivayic, Kaiser Permanente, and others have engaged with Anese to
    strengthen team health, maximize leadership impact, and optimize company
    culture. In addition to appearing in publications like Harvard Business
    Review, The Huffington Post, CEO.com, and the NY Times, Anese writes for
    Inc.com in her column “Showing Up”. She has just published her most recent
    book THE LEADER YOU WILL BE: An Invitation (a leadership storybook), and is
    currently working on her next book, CONTAGIOUS YOU: Unlock Your Power to
    Influence, Lead, and Create the Impact You Want (McGraw-Hill, November
    2019).

    You can find show notes and resources for this episode at
    talkburnout.com/podcast/9

    • 33 min
    How to Treat Yourself Compassionately to Avoid Burnout with Charlotte Lieberman

    How to Treat Yourself Compassionately to Avoid Burnout with Charlotte Lieberman

    What is Charlotte's definition of burnout?

    Burnout is when you've become a short-circuited machine. You're trying to
    use the same hard work that has led to results and it instead leads to
    exhaustion.

    Here are a few of the things you'll learn in this episode:

    * How to use self-compassion as an antidote to self-criticism

    * How to improve yourself through self-acceptance

    * The problem with most wellness programs today

    About Charlotte:

    Charlotte is a New York-based journalist who writes about evolutionary and
    behavioral psychology, mental health, and the confusing journey of
    self-acceptance. Her articles have been featured in The New York Times,
    The Harvard Business Review, Cosmopolitan, Marie Claire, Guernica,
    Elle.com, and BOMB among other publications, and Her poems have appeared in
    The Boston Review, The Colorado Review, The Harvard Advocate, Free Verse,
    Nat.Brut, and The Denver Quarterly. She received my bachelor's degree from
    Harvard, where she majored in English and lived in a vegetarian co-op. She
    now calls Brooklyn her home.

    You can find show notes and resources for this episode at
    talkburnout.com/podcast/8.

    • 31 min
    How to Handle Constant Change with Diana Wu David

    How to Handle Constant Change with Diana Wu David

    What is Diana's definition of burnout?

    Burnout really just means you're not happy anymore. You've become
    disengaged, exhausted, and just can't do it anymore.

    Here are a few of the things you'll learn in this episode:

    * How to get off the treadmill of self-sacrifice

    * A tip that finally got me to start journaling

    * How to design your personal user's manual

    About Diana:

    Diana Wu David is a board director, strategist and storyteller with a focus
    on helping companies and executives to be more entrepreneurial, resilient
    and successful in the face of constant change. She's the author of Future
    Proof: Reinventing Work in the Age of Acceleration, a book about how to
    adopt more agile mindsets and practices to prepare yourself for success in
    a fast-changing world, across a 100-year life. Diana is an adjunct
    professor of leadership at Columbia Business School's EMBA Global Asia and
    for the Financial Times Non-Executive Director Diploma. A former Financial
    Times executive, Diana now works with CEOs and board directors to enhance
    their leadership agility, influence, collaboration and resilience. Her
    clients have included the Mandarin Oriental Hotel Group, the World Bank,
    Expedia, Asia Development Bank and Credit Suisse.

    You can find show notes and resources for this episode at
    talkburnout.com/podcast/7.

    • 34 min

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