Burnout is looking at life and saying, “Yuck!” It’s that all too familiar feeling of the blahs that lead to the blues. Burnout is rapidly becoming the emotional plague of our day. But burnout doesn’t have to win…
Men and women of all ages and stages of life find themselves physically, emotionally, spiritually and relationally weary. Worn out and running on the edge of utter exhaustion, stressed out individuals are dropping like flies from the rat race we call life. They are burned out. Simply put: People are too pooped out to go on! Burnout is beating them down and stopping them from enjoying a successful and satisfying life. But there is good news for those who have been bitten by the burnout bug. Burnout does not have to win.
It is not God’s will or desire for us to burnout in life. That “yucky” feeling can be overcome. Personal commitment to balanced living that includes generous portions of rest, relaxation and seasons of refreshing as well as stress relieving attitudes and activities will head burnout off at the pass. Burnout can be beaten. These topics contain quotes that will to help you minimize stress and maximize success in your life.
YOU CAN BE A BURNOUT BEATER!
- Life and Little Things
- Pace and Limits
- Patience and Timing
- Stress and Worry
- WORK HARD. PLAY HARD. SLEEP HARD. PRAY HARD.
- The lighter side is a great balancer to the serious side of life.
- Physical WORKOUTS help prevent emotional BURNOUTS.
- Chasing after mere pleasure is a confession of an unsatisfied life.
- Give yourself permission to not feel guilty about taking some time off.
- If you want to stay sane, spaz out and be a carefree child for a while.
- “Two powerful truths I have learned about contentment. First, if we are not satisfied with what we have today, we will never be satisfied with what we have tomorrow. Secondly, contentment is knowing I already have everything I need in Christ.” ~Gary Smalley
- “Godliness with contentment is a means of great gain.” ~I Timothy 6:6
- “Fortify yourself with contentment, for it is an impregnable force.” ~Epictetus