Burning Out Again? Here’s Why [VIDEO]

https://youtu.be/m52zaXaV-O0 Residual burnout is the boomerang effect that keeps on giving We all know that burnout is prevalent - in fact, it might even be more widespread as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. But, as many people who have experienced burnout will attest, recovering from burnout does not make you immune to a future … Continue reading Burning Out Again? Here’s Why [VIDEO]

New year, new job? Don’t let stress sabotage your job search [VIDEO]

https://youtu.be/ITKDnOr0he8 Dr. Geri Puleo's tips to manage stress during a job search Job searches are stressful - but being stressed out can sabotage your job search! And if you're leaving your job because you're burned out, then it is very likely that this stress will carry over into finding opportunities and selling yourself in the … Continue reading New year, new job? Don’t let stress sabotage your job search [VIDEO]

The Little Word That Prevents Burnout [VIDEO]

https://youtu.be/uNoHUINQZxM Today I want to talk to you about the power of one little word to help you overcome burnout.  And that little word is… NO!  No.  It’s amazing how difficult it is for us to say “no.”  I know that when I was a little girl, “no” was equivalent to a four-letter word in … Continue reading The Little Word That Prevents Burnout [VIDEO]

Single-Tasking’s Simplicity Beats Multi-Tasking’s Complexity

The ability to efficiently multi-task has been the holy grail for many overworked employees.  The logic is that they can double their productivity (not just enhance it!) if only they can learn how to do two (or more!) tasks at the same time!   Organizational leaders encourage this behavior by believing that multi-tasking will save … Continue reading Single-Tasking’s Simplicity Beats Multi-Tasking’s Complexity

Are You Resilient at Work? [VIDEO]

The dirty little secret in many organizations is burnout -- but most companies refuse to admit it.  Instead their managers focus on building the resiliency of their employees.  It's a positive spin on an ever-growing workplace challenge.   But the truth is this: Resiliency cannot exist if you are burned out.   I focused on this issue … Continue reading Are You Resilient at Work? [VIDEO]

Paradigm Shifter #48 – Identify your life’s purpose

Paradigm Shifter #43: Identify your life's purpose (by Dr. Geri Puleo). How to create success on your own terms by bolding living according to your life's purpose.

Woo Hoo: My TEDx Talk Passes 62,000 Views on YouTube! [VIDEO]

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hFkI69zJzLI A huge “thank you” to all of you who have watched my TEDx Talk (Burnout v. PTSD:  More Similar Than You Think…) on YouTube – over 62,000 views and 455 likes so far!  Woo hoo!  [UPDATE:  As of July 23, 2020, we have passed over 436,000 views!!!] I have been humbled by the number … Continue reading Woo Hoo: My TEDx Talk Passes 62,000 Views on YouTube! [VIDEO]

Paradigm Shifter #8 – Every day can be a new beginning IF you want it

Many people view the New Year as a time for new (or renewed) commitments. I have also found that just as many view the changing of the calendar as just another day.  Is one view better than the other? What if there was a third way to view the start of a new year? What … Continue reading Paradigm Shifter #8 – Every day can be a new beginning IF you want it

Lemons, Lemonade, and Lemon Drops: The 3 Possible Responses to Any Challenge

It has been said that “life is what happens when you’re planning something else.”  Our responses to these unwanted, unexpected, or “unfair” situations are the determining factors of how our lives will continue after these situations eventually end. These responses are more profound than the simple choice between optimism and pessimism. Instead, our responses to … Continue reading Lemons, Lemonade, and Lemon Drops: The 3 Possible Responses to Any Challenge

Worked to Death: The Physical Consequences of Extreme Burnout

Worked to Death: The Physical Consequences of Burnout (by Dr. Geri Puleo). Karoshi means "death by overwork" -- it is a real medical condition and might be the result of prolonged burnout. http://wp.me/p2fzap-al