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

Forgetting How to Laugh: An Overlooked Sign of Burnout

Forgetting How to Laugh: An Overlooked Sign of Burnout (by Dr. Geri Puleo). Ever notice how much better you feel when you laugh out loud? Scientific studies have shown that your belly laughs play a vital role in your overall health and well-being. Why laughter can be the best medicine to avoid and overcome burnout. http://wp.me/p2fzap-9T

Why I Hate Labels: Are We “Should-ing” Ourselves Into Burnout?

Why I Hate Labels: Are We “Should-ing” Ourselves Into Burnout? (by Dr. Geri Puleo) http://wp.me/p2fzap-9C

Are YOU at Risk for Burnout? The Top 6 High-Risk Personalities [VIDEO]

Not everyone responds to stress in the same way.  Some people seem to be energized by it, but far too many others tend to become frustrated, angry, apathetic, and burned out.  Even though our workplaces can create highly stressful environments in which we do our jobs, how we approach our work (based on our personality … Continue reading Are YOU at Risk for Burnout? The Top 6 High-Risk Personalities [VIDEO]