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In today’s episode your host David Ralph shares openly and frankly an issue that has affected him and thousands of people across the world everyday.
Burnout and how the condition of burnout can creep on all of us without us knowing.
During the week he received an email from a Dr who wanted to discuss with him his history of burnout after hearing about it on the show, and so he connected with them and shared openly.
However during this conversation it became evident to him that the content would be most powerful by sharing it with his listeners.
Which he has done in todays burnout episode of Join Up Dots.
Greetings David Ralph,
Can I start with saying ow refreshing, fun and truly unique your podcast is.
I always look forward to listening no matter who your guest might be.
I am Dr Ross Smiley, from the Burnout Process Clinic in New Zealand, and are undertaking a major review into the symptoms and treatment of corporate burnout across the world.
We are very interested into the reasons behind the dramatic increase in this problem and how to tackle it going forward.
We have heard you mention your own battle with this issue, so would very much appreciate connecting with you to discuss for our report.
We understand that you may not be willing to connect due to your workload, but if you could we would very much appreciate it
Dr Ross Smiley.
So do you have feelings that aren’t usually feelings that lie within you?
Are you feeling like no matter what you do in your life then its not good enough?
Do you feel that you just want to close your eyes and sleep, even if its in the middle of the day?
Well if that is the case, then this burnout episode should be something that you plug into your ears as it could make all the difference.