Join Emilie Aries (Bossed Up CEO & Founder) for an evening at DC's very own Social Tables for a workshop on Beating Burnout & Investing in Sustainable Success.
At a recent career Q&A for international executives, the most popular subject was finding a job abroad, but a close second was how much company turnover should impact the decision to turn down a job.
As an elementary school teacher, my days consisted of lesson plans, laughter, and inquisitive questions by ten-year-olds. But when I hit burnout, I decided to make a change. I woke up to find myself in a cubicle with coffee and my computer, by myself with my thoughts.
Are you having a bad week, tough month, or stressful start to the year? Or are you languishing in a truly toxic workplace? If these symptoms are apparent where you work, it's time to take action.
My boss, at the end of a grueling day of both physical and emotional exercise, sat the trainees down in a checkout circle and said, “Go home, get some rest. Practice a little self-care.” She then went around and asked each of us what we planned to do.
Would you tolerate sending your kids to school every day in a toxic classroom? Would you stand by as your best friend was subjected to a narcissist boss in a workplace that literally made them ill? Probably not. So why justify putting up with this sick status quo yourself?
I am all about non-fiction and professional development - but sometimes, when you’re facing burnout at work, you need to turn off your brain and force yourself to adopt a work-life balance that prioritizes time and mental space away from your job.
In the latest episode of Everything Speaks, Lee sits down with Emilie Aries, founder of BossedUp, a nationwide training company that helps women navigate career transition with a special eye towards burnout prevention and crafting a happy, healthy, and sustainable career path.
Emilie Aries, Bossed Up Founder & CEO was featured on the Happen to Your Career podcast last week! Check our the synopsis here and take a listen to all Emilie has to say below! Have you ever experienced career burn out? It seems like now more than ever, we are living in this “burn out cultur