Stopping burnout; the changing pressures of modern living, and how to deal with them

This is really good stuff – we will take all this into account in managing TDC, and in the way we treat our consultants. Fascinating read.

Well, This Is What I Think

 

I am indebted to Jenie for forwarding me this excellent article on the way our brain works, and how it is coping – or can be encouraged to cope – with the new styles of living we are putting in place.  I reproduce it in whole as I think it includes more commonsense than I have read in many years – not to mention a few brilliant clues for office workers and home workers alike – and it especially resonates with me as I now work from home, writing, and blogging. In the Wellthisiswhatithink office (which is usually my bedroom) I am often up at 2 am replying to a comment or bashing out some thought that has occured to me, grumbling wife beside me asking when I will ever sleep. It originally appeared wholeliving.com and kudos to them for a great story.

I warmly recommend reading it –…

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One response to “Stopping burnout; the changing pressures of modern living, and how to deal with them

  1. Alvaro Pozo

    Such a good reading. It will definitely go to my bookmarks to repeat it from time to time.

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