Over 33,000 Views of My TEDx Talk on YouTube – Thank You!!! [VIDEO]

Thank you, thank you, thank you!  To all of you who have watched my TEDx Talk (Burnout v. PTSD:  More Similar Than You Think…) on YouTube, we’ve just passed 33,000 views – that’s over 20,000 new views since January 1!  [UPDATE:  As of July 23, 2020, we have passed over 436,000 views!!!]

Based on the number of likes and comments, I’m thrilled that my TEDx Talk has been resonating with people and giving them some insights into burnout.  In fact, I am grateful to all the “thank you’s” that I’ve received from viewers who have a better understanding of the “über stress” that they have been experiencing.

To provide you with even more recommendations and insights, I’ve been hard at work preparing the launch of my new series of on-demand webinars.  All of them focus on avoiding and overcoming stress when making the needed changes in our professional lives.  Stay tuned for the official launch date (plus some free gifts to my followers).

By the way, if you haven’t yet watched my TEDx Talk, you can view it by clicking on the video below.  (You can also access the video directly at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hFkI69zJzLI.)

Thanks once again for all your support and positive feedback!  Together, I hope that one day my dream of a humane workplace without burnout becomes a reality.

Dr. Geri Puleo, SPHR, is the President and CEO of Change Management Solutions, Inc., an eLearning and Coaching company focused on eradicating workplace burnout through the B-DOC Model.  An entrepreneur for over 25 years, keynote speaker, author, blogger, business coach, university professor, and researcher, you can see her “in action” by watching her TEDx Talk on YouTube.  To contact Dr. Puleo, please go to www.gapuleo.com

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