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Cierra Steiner commented on

Burn out is a real thing.

Who would have thought that working from home would actually make it worse.

I know I didn't.

But now I see it.

People are in front of their screens way more, causing all sorts of strain on our eyes and minds.

We don't move as much. Exercise has also been reduced for many.

We have fewer social interactions that are meaningful.

No more physical touch high fives, fist bumps, or hugs.

It seems to be so much harder to unplug, especially if you don't have a dedicated work area/office.

Plus to all my parents out there, trying to also manage the kids while working?!


I'm really trying to be proactive with my team to try and guard against this.

Just a few things that we have tried to help with this.

-Team Visualization and Meditations

-Forced Unplugs and Half Days.

-Encouraging Walk and Talks - Get outside!

-Trainings on Mindset and Reducing Stress.

Leaders and Managers: You need to be proactive in protecting your team's mental health through all of this...

So please, block some time this week to write down what you're going to do that focuses on the Person in "Salesperson"

Because some of your people might be struggling.

If you have anything you've seen help/work, I'm open to any and all ideas.

Great points, Kevin. I found a morning routine to be really helpful to get into the right mindset at the start of the day. Mine includes Intensati, which is exercise combined with affirmations. I find it 10-20 minutes of that is enough to give me energy in  the morning.
Me too Aleksandra! I start off with a quick journal of how I'm feeling, then go for a 20 minute walk while listening to a podcast and drinking my morning coffee. It's helped so much.
This really resonated with me.  Something I'm definitely struggling with. 
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