Work plays a significant role in people’s lives. Realistically, the workplace doesn’t always affect us positively as there might be ups and downs. At the same time, it is well-known fact that personal attitude can define the reality around. Ultimately, everyone can create a fulfilling environment at their workplace.
Have you ever felt like you were dragging all the projects on your own? You have just woken up but feel exhausted as if you have been working for months without a break. You make “To-do lists” regularly but hardly work it through till the end. Or you find it hard to stay concentrated even though you have a full schedule. Most likely it is emotional burnout.
The first summer month is almost history already. It is time to prepare for some kind of vacation. By preparing I mean to get ready both mentally and emotionally to chill out somewhere on a sandy beach.
All of us can experience ups and downs, especially while working. Subconsciously, we feel the need to have a proper rest. But do we consciously realize the real positive impact of unwinding both on us and the people around us?
Have you ever found yourself in a situation when you were absolutely sure that you did your best accomplishing a task at work and final result is only a step away from being brilliant, but your line manager is not happy with it, trying politely and indirectly to point you your place?