How to Overcome Burnout as an Entrepreneur - Podcast Episode for Purpose-Driven Entrepreneurs

Burnout and the Beliefs that Cause It (Part 2) | Episode #86

If you are an entrepreneur who wants to make a positive social impact on the world, and you struggle from time to time symptoms of burnout, like overwhelm, stress, anxiety, depression, tiredness, brain fog, physical pain and sickness), then tune in to find a better way forward without burnout.
The Rank & File Podcast

The Rank & File Podcast

Hosted by Kari Elizabeth Enge - Certified Life and Business Coach for Purpose-Driven Entrepreneurs at Rank & File

In this episode, you’ll learn the #2 most common beliefs that cause burnout for purpose-driven entrepreneurs. Plus, you’ll hear why traditional goal-setting, deadlines, and action plans normally don’t work and lead to overwhelm and stress (while also being highly ineffective).

If you are an entrepreneur who wants to make a positive social impact on the world, and you struggle from time to time symptoms of burnout, like overwhelm, stress, anxiety, depression, tiredness, brain fog, physical pain, and sickness), then tune in to find a better way forward without burnout.

Haven’t listened to Part #1 of the Burnout Episodes yet? Tune in here.

In This Episode You’ll Learn:

  • The #2 belief that causes burnout
  • Why traditional goal-setting doesn’t work
  • How to use deadlines in the right way
  • How to feel less stressed and get more done

Important Links from Today’s Episode:

Part 1: Burnout and the Beliefs that Cause It

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