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How to Avoid Burnout

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In this video, business coach Ann Mehl offers insight on how to manage your time when starting a business.

Instead of viewing your time as split between work and the rest of your life, Mehl advises taking a three-part approach to ensure you pay attention to important areas. These three parts include your business, yourself and then everything else, which could be family, volunteering or any other matters of importance to you. Mehl also discusses the value of taking a break in order to recharge your energy and how to take advantage of your most productive time of the day. Finally, when you’ve reached your limit, Mehl says there is value in just walking away and taking a rest.

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