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How to Handle Burnout

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Are you burned out? Grant gets asked, “how do you do all this stuff you do?” and “how do you balance it all?” First off you don’t want balance. Burning out is a reduction of fuel or substance. You are not a candle so you can’t burn out. When the things you do no longer fulfill you, you might start to feel burned out. You need a reason.

1. Understand the definition of burnout. A rocket runs out of fuel so it stops ascending to its target. You have fuel too. The body needs food—fuel. But what do you need? What you need is purpose.

2. Find more purpose. Purpose is fuel that can keep you ascending. Your purpose can sustain you.

The truth is you need to be obsessed or be burned out. The average burn out because average doesn’t get you excited. Are obsessed or average?

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