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In this Show

In this edition of the G and E Show Grant and Elena Cardone talk about burnout. Why do people burnout? You can get burned out in your job or in a relationship.

Sit down with a piece of paper and take an inventory of your life. What is your purpose? The “burnout” starts because you become no longer obsessed with fulfilling your monster purpose. You need something new.

Even if you are winning, you need to focus on your purpose. Don’t seek validation from others, self-nourish yourself. If people are telling you that you will burn out, that you need to take a vacation, that you work too much—don’t listen. Only you know what your purpose is and how much energy you truly have.

Never measure your workload based on what average people do. Once you reaffirm your purpose, you immediately feel rejuvenated and excited.

You are not a candle!

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