Maximize Productivity & Reduce Burnout

Do you ever feel like you’re spinning your wheels? You’re working so hard yet your productivity is lacking? Marie Forleo* suggests that the secret to increasing productivity is to take more breaks. That perked up my ears! I welcome all tips to increase my productivity.

Expert tips to increase productivity and reduce burnout. 5 simple tips that are easy to implement. #Productivity #Burnout

Feel More Productive and Less Burned Out

Marie Forleo
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Below is Marie’s video that she will give you the specific tips or steps on how to feel more productive and less burned out at the end of the day. Marie breaks down 5 science-backed ways to beat burnout by taking intentional smart breaks.

Intentional smart breaks makes a lot of sense to me. I know that when I take a 10-15 minute walking break at work, it has a huge impact on my mindset and I feel ready to focus again when I get back to my desk. You can read more about how my joys of walking.

Give it a listen and see if you want to implement her R.E.S.E.T. philosophy into your life. I won’t give away her simple 5 tips to stay productive, but the “exersate” step is my favorite!



For more information, read Marie’s 5 Ways to Beat Burnout and Increase Productivity.

* As stated on the Marie Forleo Youtube page, where you may also subscribe to her channel:

Marie Forleo was named by Oprah as a thought leader for the next generation and one of Inc’s 500 fastest growing companies. Her mission is to help you realize your greatest potential and use your unique talents to change the world. She reaches readers in 195 countries worldwide and leads dynamic training programs that teach individuals to succeed in business and life. She’s been featured in Entrepreneur Magazine, Fast Company, and The New York Times among others. Marie has been interviewed by Tony Robbins as one of the world’s leading lifestyle and online marketing experts and mentored young business owners at Richard Branson’s Centre of Entrepreneurship in South Africa. She’s also the founder of B-School, an online business school for modern entrepreneurs.


4 Replies to “Maximize Productivity & Reduce Burnout”

  1. I used to think productivity was working all the time and pushing the pedal to the medal. Now I understand we should go with our natural rhythm more. Less is often more, if done with love.

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