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Student Leader Burn-Out Prevention
Transcript of Student Leader Burn-Out Prevention
Lay out due dates for major projects
Tackle one project at a time
Set aside a chunk of time in your day
Get a planner/agenda book Juggling Residents and
Job Expectations Overcoming Burn-Out You vs. Your Agenda Try to Organize and Prioritize! Stay Energized! Be visible
Post availability (or unavailability)
Put thought and purpose into your job
Ex) Noise complaints on the floor - program around addressing the issue
Ask for help
Staff = Team You: The House Fellow or Floor Governor You: The Student You: As You Learn your limits: it's okay to say, "No"
Schedule around energy peaks
Take a moment for you
Get outside and off campus
Exercise and add healthy foods
Lean on staff mates
Make time for friends
Invest time in a hobby
Check emotions http://healthyhead2toe.sheknows.com/articles/83/10-natural-ways-to-stay-energized-all-day http://ecosalon.com/20-foods-to-give-you-energy/ By: Meg Thompson Find time to be active
Add foods that provide energy