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The Startup, The Burnout [Tech Crunch]

Burnout is as real as it gets. Burnout is a period of life when your thinking has become relentlessly intrusive, and quieting such thinking only makes it worse, similar to that of anxiety, depression and chronic stress. Burnout happens when the separation between your thinking and work has evaporated and your reasoning leads you to the path of trying to work your way to a solution, only fueling the fire. Ultimately, burnout ensues.

Good habits include a balance of quality sleep, a balanced diet and general moderation, all aspects of life that are rarely in sync. Finding the equilibrium means you’re operating at the top, or close to the top, of your game.

As with a well-written story, if you’re just working to work, you’re missing the point. Founders who have healthy outlets will inevitably find solutions faster than those without, as well as approach and manage burnout in a more reasonable way.

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