8 Daily Practices That Can Help You Avoid Burnout at Work

Avoid burnout at work in the new year by putting the advice of these Founder Society entrepreneurs into daily practice.   Question: What is one daily practice I should include in my New Year’s resolutions in order to better avoid burnout?   MICHAEL RHEAUME SnapKnot Inc. Take Time for Yourself “Take time away from work. This includes both small daily breaks as well as longer vacations. Improve yourself and spend time with friends and family. Exercise, read a book, learn a new language or cook dinner with your significant other. Taking a break from your business will make you more productive when you return to it. Success is about maximizing productivity, not working all the time.”   CHRISTOPHER RODGERS Colorado SEO Pros Know When to Call It a Day, and Exercise “I unplug at 10 p.m. every night unless there is a super high priority issue. Having time to relax and get rest equates to better performance during the day and improved business outcomes. I also make sure to get out on my snowboard or mountain bike at least a few times a week to relieve stress. Make personal time a priority and your ability to push the limits when you need to will increase.”     ZAC JOHNSON Start a Blog Get Better at What You Are Best At “While everyone else is making resolutions to try new things, focus on what you do best and become even better at it. Remember, no one wants a “jack of all trades;” they want the “master of one.” Become a well-known authority and industry expert at what you do, and you will...