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Why “Work Hard - Play Hard” Is Key!

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Progress or activism? You want so badly not to fail, that you work day and night without taking a break and care for yourself and your employees. It can be hard to accept that sometimes the best thing to do to achieve top performance is to stop working and start “playing”. Of course, you don’t want to switch to the opposite end of the spectrum and play too hard without putting in the work. Once you find the balance between work and “recharge”, you can avoid the dangers of burnout and enjoy your work much more. But how to avoid falling into the culture trap of all work and no play?

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Why “Work Hard - Play Hard” Is Key!

  1. 1. HARD WORK HARD PlayR ARIS KEY WHY
  2. 2. I don’t want to “ Not Taking A Break
  3. 3. OR #NotTakingABreak #whatitTakes
  4. 4. Take a Break Buddy!
  5. 5. It can be hard to accept that sometimes the best thing to do to achieve top performance is to STOP WORKING START PLAYING
  6. 6. You can avoid the dangers of burnout and enjoy your work much more. BETWEEN L IC II WORK RECHARGE
  7. 7. But how to avoid this trap “ ?
  8. 8. CHANGE YOUR FRAME OF MIND There’s no time for play and any time away from work is wasted “
  9. 9. If the person who trained the most for a marathon won, then runners would train for 23 hours a day. HOWEVER
  10. 10. IT’S NOT THE CASE
  11. 11. Even winners need to TAKE A BREAK Dude, relax
  12. 12. REST is KEY to
  13. 13. Why Does Burnout Happen?
  14. 14. Burnout Here are the reasons …
  15. 15. RECOGNIZE THE WARNING SIGNS OF BURNOUT so you can stop it before it gets too far…
  16. 16. #WarningSigns #1 Health problems Your physical and mental health are both negatively affected by burnout.
  17. 17. #2 Cognitive difficulties #WarningSigns Burnout can cause you to make silly mistakes, bad decisions, or have emotional outbursts.
  18. 18. #3 #WarningSigns Relationship issues Both personal and work relationships can be affected by burnout.
  19. 19. #4 Negativity & Decreased satisfaction #WarningSigns If you are normally a positive person, but you start to focus on the downside of situations or find yourself judging others, it could be a cause of burnout.
  20. 20. #5 #WarningSigns FATIGUE I’m soooo exhausted
  21. 21. #6 Decreased motivation And performance #WarningSigns When your motivation starts to stem from negative places, your performance could be affected as well.
  22. 22. RECOGNIZE THE WARNING SIGNS OF BURNOUTo Health Problems o Cognitive Difficulties o Relationship Issues o Negativity & Decreased Satisfaction o Fatigue o Decreased Motivation & Performance
  23. 23. FIGHT BURNOUT Guess I’m ready to fight now But…wait, how to fight, exactly?“
  24. 24. Take a break #FightBurnout #1
  25. 25. Disconnect From work#FightBurnout #2
  26. 26. Get organized #FightBurnout #3
  27. 27. TAKE CARE OF YOUR BODY #FightBurnout #4
  28. 28. SPEND TIME WITH PEOPLE Spending time with people can help you remove yourself from work and the stress involved and have some fun. #5 #FightBurnout
  29. 29. EXERCISE Benefits you will reap from working out: o Clear your mind from the stresses of work o Your focus and decision making is improved o Teach you discipline #FightBurnout #6
  30. 30. Team building is a great way to prevent burnout, build trust, and promote your company’s culture. TEAMBUILDING #7 #FightBurnout
  31. 31. FIGHT BURNOUT o Take a break o Disconnect from work o Get organized o Take care of your body o Spend time with people o Exercise o Team building
  32. 32. Survey be.whatitTak.es Twitter @todiba Blog whatitTak.es Email be.whatitTakes@gmail.com Bio t.branded.me Snapchat @todiba Snapchat @todiba
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Progress or activism? You want so badly not to fail, that you work day and night without taking a break and care for yourself and your employees. It can be hard to accept that sometimes the best thing to do to achieve top performance is to stop working and start “playing”. Of course, you don’t want to switch to the opposite end of the spectrum and play too hard without putting in the work. Once you find the balance between work and “recharge”, you can avoid the dangers of burnout and enjoy your work much more. But how to avoid falling into the culture trap of all work and no play?

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