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There is a common area I see leaders struggle today - the ability to manage a highly demanding job without costing their wellbeing. Many talented executives start their professional lives with drive and zest but struggle to cope as they reach their peak. One of the leading causes is burnout.
Why do so many leaders feel dissatisfied and unfulfilled after years of hard work? All too often, people arrive at the pinnacle of their career only to realise the peak is not giving them the happiness they wanted.
In a world that's in a constant state of busy-ness being able to slow down and find time for self-care can be very hard. Leaders worry that if they slow down they will miss something, or simply not have enough time in the day to get everything done that demands their attention. Taking the foot off the accelerator doesn't feel like an option.
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