#10 - Burnout causes, prevention, solutions with Kelley Bonner
We covered so much in this interview. Kelley is one heck of a person to speak with. Her energy and enthusiasm are off the charts. We cover her life as a prison rehabilitation specialist; her stint in the armed forces in Europe, and her eventual return to the USA where she started her own company, Let's Burn Bright.
Kelley specializes in helping organizations and individuals deal with burnout. How to recognize the signs, how to get through it, and how to help avoid it. We cover off how that helps businesses, how people could benefit during this pandemic and so much more!
There's a lot of great material for you to learn from here. We also please invite you to check out her website and social profiles to keep on top of what Kelley is doing, and to get more great advice on how to deal with burnout.
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