"When I started burning out in my late 30s, I didn't change careers or take a sabbatical — here's how I got back on track" - Grant Cardone
By William Ballard
Writers and authorpreneurs, let me ask you this: Have you ever struggled with burnout? Have you ever felt like you just wanted to quit? Have you ever wanted to just say to yourself, "I am done with this whole thing! I guess I am going to have to go back and get a 'real' job."
Believe me when I tell you, we have all been there. Probably, more times then we can even count. But the truth is, there is only ONE way to overcome this demon called burnout, and I don't think there is anyone who can tell us how more succinctly than Grant Cardone.
So, I am going to exit stage right and let Grant take center stage -- while he teaches you how to finally overcome this little bully that just seems to keep on picking on you.
Well, there you have folks. The number ONE way to really overcome this thing called burnout is to finally realize and accept the fact that burnout is nothing more than a myth, a figment of our imagination.
You know, it amazes me how many things we believe in that have no essence of truth -- facts or evidence -- rooted in them one bit. We would rather believe in myth than in truth. How silly does that sound?
In fact, another myth that we tend to believe in as freelance writers and authorpreneuer is the myth of multitasking, I recently wrote an article at Entrepreneur all about it -- The Fallacy of Multitasking.
If you want to have Grant Cardone tell you more about how to handle burnout, go check out the article he mentioned in the video above and wrote at Business Insider -- How to Deal With Career Burnout
By the way, I look forward to reading your thoughts about this topic down in the comments below.