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Life is Too Short to Be So Burned Out with Stacie Mitchell

June 29, 2020

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My guest in Episode 35 tackles an issue that so many of us have either experienced fully or had a brush with at some point in our careers – and if not, then we probably know someone who has.

What exactly am I talking about? 

Burnout.

Today’s guest, Stacie Mitchell, is a life coach who helps high achieving women overcome burnout and love their work again. She helps them heal their burnout and get clear on what they really want for their careers and lives – so they can find the fulfillment they’ve been missing.

About Stacie Mitchell

Stacie is a professionally trained Life Coach and has a Master’s in Counseling from Hofstra University and a Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology. You could say she’s a *little* bit obsessed with helping others live their best lives ever.

Stacie loves to travel and has been to more than 21 countries with her husband. She’s also coached a sheikha — basically a Middle Eastern princess — while living abroad. If you follow her on Instagram, you’ll see that she features her Mini Aussie almost more than she does her own life or business.

In today’s conversation with Stacie, we dive into

  • The three components of burnout and how to recognize it in yourself

  • The importance of getting enough sleep

  • How to avoid burnout – with specific advice for professionals and business owners

  • And finally she shares how we can help others who we think might be on the verge of or in the middle of battling burnout.

  • Plus – she reveals the strategies she uses in her own life as a full time employee with a side business to avoid burnout, maintain healthy boundaries, and stay accountable to her goals.

STAY IN TOUCH WITH STACIE


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