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In Stop Burnout, Tibetan lama and author Tarthang Tulku offers a solution for those facing exhaustion from their jobs.

Tarthang Tulku teaches the listener to replenish one’s self by reconnecting to one’s surroundings through "skillful means". This means avoiding initial opinions on matters in order to experience them instead and placing importance on work that’s nourishing for one’s self and one's employer. He also offers meditation techniques to help find sustaining energy.

In his calm, slightly accented English, Tarthang Tulku makes vital distinctions between pleasure and happiness, and material gain and true accomplishment.

Summary

Burnout is caused by subtle imbalances. Here is a way to develop inner resources to nourish yourself while working.

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Good tips on how to manage your energy

This audio tells how to manage your energy in situations to revitalize yourself rather thank burning out. good insights