Stop the Glorification of Busy

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One of the most common issues that clients approach me for one to one work is around being burned out.

​This pandemic of perpetual burnout seems to be one of the most prevalent conditions in our culture, and alarmingly normalized — glorified, even — to the point that people don’t bother to address it until they’re teetering on a dangerous edge of a near-total system shutdown.

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Writer, soul whisperer; Teacher and mentor for Radical Liberation + Inner Decolonization . Find out more, and sign up to my newsletter at rohiniwalker.com

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Writer, soul whisperer; Teacher and mentor for Radical Liberation + Inner Decolonization . Find out more, and sign up to my newsletter at rohiniwalker.com

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