Maybe you're already burning out, but failing to recognise the signs. Burnout has many faces and is experienced differently by different people. Hence we continue to offer you diverse questionnaires - because we recognise that each questionnaire's focus may be on a specific range of the experience of burnout - but cannot cover it all.
So, are you burnt out? It’s easy to assume that if you love what you do and you’re still working hard that you are just fine. But, if you feel like you’re stuck in a rut, or you’re not being inspired, or you’re feeling stressed and overwhelmed, you might be burnt out.
Burnout is a serious problem in today's workplace. Did you know that 54% of employees suffer from burnout-related stress? But there's good news. A burnout assessment can help determine and address the risks of burnout at work.
If you’re interested in learning more about addressing workaholism, feel invited to take our course Bin Burnout & Thrive - which will give you a structured path to addressing your workaholism and ending the burnout vicious cycle. In our course you’ll find two whole chapters helping couples focus on building their connection, making time for family as well as for intimacy and finding sexual fulfilment. For more information about the course and all of its chapters - visit: https://www.binburnout.com/online-course-burnout
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