When you’re burning out (but not copping out)

8 guilt-free strategies for team-players

Victor Ng
Victor Ng
Apr 13, 2017 · 5 min read
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It’s good to love your job — just don’t marry it.

To these highly driven individuals, admitting to burning out not only shows they’re weak, it shows they are the weak link.

Speak with your manager about your unsustainable work situation. This is not a sign of weakness but a show of accountability.

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Victor Ng

Written by

Victor Ng

Creative thinker. Writer. Executive coach. Observer of life. Follow me for stories on personal development and motivation. More at newandimproved.me

Thrive Global

More than living. Thriving.

Victor Ng

Written by

Victor Ng

Creative thinker. Writer. Executive coach. Observer of life. Follow me for stories on personal development and motivation. More at newandimproved.me

Thrive Global

More than living. Thriving.

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