The Single Best Defense Against Workplace Burnout

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Recently I met with founders of startup companies to discuss a problem they’ve been struggling with and it’s one many companies are talking about — employee burnout.

When I said the topic of the presentation out loud there were audible chuckles in the room and one of the founders jumped in with, “This is a great topic, because I don’t ever experience burnout, so I have no idea

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Stories of a former high school teacher, now business consultant. Husband. Travel fanatic. Obsessed coffee drinker. And all-around nerd.

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Steven Hopper

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Stories of a former high school teacher, now business consultant. Husband. Travel fanatic. Obsessed coffee drinker. And all-around nerd.

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