Feed the Mind; Change your Energy

“Feed the Mind; Change your Energy” is about actively dealing with feelings of burn-out. As you already know; simple self-care won’t do it. You know you have to look deeper for a more permanent solution. I can help.

As the World Health Organization states:

“Burn-out is a syndrome conceptualized as resulting from chronic workplace stress that has not been successfully managed. It is characterized by three dimensions:

  • Feelings of energy depletion or exhaustion.
  • Increased mental distance from one’s job, or feelings of negativism or cynicism related to one’s job; and
  • Reduced professional efficacy.

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Whether you have been told to work harder and you will succeed, or always have told yourself to try a little harder, now you are telling yourself; “Something has to change!”

When I came to that point, I already had been asking myself: “What can I change, how can I make this work better, how can I be more efficient, let me just start my day a little earlier”. This seemed to work for a while, but then it dawned on me; I needed to change my work environment as well. It was in the midst of the pandemic of 2020-2022. I had added all these extra tasks to my already full plate, I had traveled to the Netherlands for a family emergency and had been deprived of my social contacts due to nationwide quarantining.

It dawned on me: not only I have to change, but my work environment as well.

You’ve tried the self-care, you vented with your friends and co-workers, you have been walking your dog and tried to breathe deeply. You know you have to dig deeper.

When we work together, you feed your mind; change your energy through the following steps:

Feed your mind and gain insight:

  • How your job drains your energy
  • What consistently boosts your energy.

Change your energy by:

  • Focusing on what is most important to you
  • Reaching out and re-connecting with others and yourself
  • Lighten your plate of the activities that drain you
  • Increasing time spent on activities that fill you up

We need 6-8 one-hour sessions in a 4-month period. Each session feeds your mind bringer you closer to increased fulfillment. We may include exercises, journaling, homework, accountability or just you and me as thinking and listening partners.

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