Teachers and others who are in supervisory positions can easily face burnout if they are not careful. These leaders would be wise to do the following things to help stop this burnout from occurring:
*Don’t count down days to the weekend and next vacation—Time off is great, but too much attention to it can destroy a person’s attitude when at work.
*Get along with co-workers—Jobs are stressful enough without adding this unnecessary conflict.
*Get enough sleep—Studies are coming out all the time that show how much lack of sleep can affect mood, performance, and overall health.
*Mingle away from work—Having a decent social life is a great way of keeping a job from consuming a person’s life.
*Exercise—30 minutes of exercise on a regular basis has been shown to be very beneficial.
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