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When we miss the signs of burnout, it can sneak up and take over—fast. However, there are ways to combat it and bounce back.
This post is an excerpt from Hamza Khan’s upcoming book, The Burnout Gamble: Achieve More by Beating Burnout and Building Resilience.
Earlier this year, I gave a talk at TEDxUTSC. Below is the manuscript. Thank you to TEDxUTSC for the opportunity to speak. This experience has compelled me to further examine my relationship with stress. I hope that my team will always hold me accountable to practice what I’ve preached.
Recovery is non-negotiable: you can recover on your own terms or on the terms burnout sets when it inevitably catches up to you. The choice is yours.