Summary: Whether you are passionate about the thing you are doing or not, there comes a moment when we all experience burnout.
Finding something that you love doing and are passionate about and turning it into a full-time career is not an easy task. Even if you end up choosing one and choose to spend your entire life pursuing it, it does not mean you will never experience burnout. Once the excitement and newness of the job paves way for the monotony and pressure to get the job done and achieve your targets, burnout begins to appear.
Burnout in careers is a real issue, especially in this world where the competition is rough and our society keeps pushing people on the go with minimal rest. Due to the constant frenzy of completing tasks, many people are feeling the effects of long-term burnout.
Dr. Vivek Bindra, founder, and CEO of Bada Business Pvt Ltd is also a world-renowned business coach and guides more than 500 corporates in India to keep their employees motivated by achieving work-life balance.
Here are three powerful tips that might appear simple on the surface, but are super-effective if practiced daily:
1. Money is Not the Master Key for Every Door
People today often are a part of a rat race because they have lost their sense of individuality. Their goals are influenced by others and they want to achieve what their peers are trying to achieve, which is more often than not- MONEY! However, contrary to what our society wants to make us believe, money doesn’t resolve all the issues in our lives. No doubt that it makes life more comfortable, but there is more to life than what we buy and own.
In a bid to make a certain amount of money to give your family a comfortable life, you may be sacrificing your time with them. Now, there is nothing wrong with wanting to work hard, but being an entrepreneur one must know that something is going to slip through the cracks, and sacrifices have to be made. The good news is that there are ways to be able to do both.
2. Create Boundaries
The doors of opportunities are not easy to find in our fast-paced society. For entrepreneurs who are on a constant lookout for opportunities to scale their business or people who want to climb corporate ladders in less time, it may be hard to say “no.” Hence, boundaries are necessary to achieve balance. If there is stress in your life, then you have created stress and not the business. If you have stress in your relationship, it is because of a lack of boundaries.
Life is more enjoyable when you learn to say “no” to the things that don’t excite you or help you achieve your innermost goals. You can also work with a business motivational speaker to learn how to create boundaries and focus on the things that matter the most.
3. Give Equal Importance to your Relationships
Many people start their journeys to make money and create wealth so that their families can lead comfortable lives. In their pursuit, they sacrifice their precious time with their family. Hence, while it is good to work hard towards achieving your goals in life, one should not take their family and friends for granted. Relationships are not binding chains. They are like rocket fuel. And to lead a balanced lifestyle, leaning on one another can help us grow.
These three tips might look simple, but definitely will leave a positive impact on your mental and physical well-being. So follow these tips and Dr. Vivek Bindra, who is the best motivational speaker in India.
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