Burnout in Property Management

Are you constantly exhausted and can’t seem to cope with emotional turmoil? Then, you might be on the verge of burnout. Burnout is a major reason good property managers leave the industry. But it doesn’t have to be that way. You deserve to love what you do and have a break from it, too. Slow down if you must. If you can’t remember the last time you took a vacation, it’s time to take one. In this episode, I will share the most common signs that you’re nearing or have reached burnout and what you can do about it. Don’t wait until it’s too late.  

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“Slowing down and resting takes conscious effort, but it’s worth it. I’m honestly way more creative, productive, and focused when I’m well-rested, less stressed, and anxious.” – Kylie Walker

In This Episode:

– What is burnout and its symptoms?

– Sign #1: You want to quit. Are you tired of the responsibility and just want to get away from it all?

– Sign #2: You’re working crazy hard but you can’t get anything done. What are you busy with? Are you doing the big things that need to be done?

– Sign #3: Your body is signaling that it’s tired. Do you always feel drained and depleted? Chronic fatigue is a serious indication of burnout,

– Sign #4: You feel like your work or business has taken over your life. Have you been working long hours and can’t stop thinking about work? 

– Sign #5: You have zero boundaries. Working all hours day without rest, never logging out, and feeling like you have to respond to every notification on your laptop or mobile phone?

– Reasons burnout is more prevalent in the property the management industry

– What can you do to combat burnout?

– Benefits to allowing yourself to step away from work

– Action items from today’s episode


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