How To Get Your Mojo Back

How To Get Your Mojo Back After Burnout

When high levels of stress drive us to burnout or to breaking down, we often berate ourselves for it. 

We may tell ourselves that we should be able to deal with these stresses and pressures, and still be upbeat and productive.

Ironically, beating ourselves up in this way actually gets us the opposite – we lose more and more energy and morale with each judgement or extra pressure we put on ourselves.

This is why self-kindness isn’t just a fluffy alternative, it’s a serious means of getting our energy back, and our mojo.

Watch this video to find out how business owners are using self-kindness to get 30% more energy.

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4 thoughts on “How To Get Your Mojo Back”

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    1. Anna Pinkerton

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      Anna

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