How to Reignite the Flame to Feel Enthusiastic at Work – Part 2
Are you ready for five more strategies so you can reignite the flame at work?
Last time we covered five tips on how to relight your passion for work.
We began with the following ideas:
- Finding a hobby
- Taking a new class
Let’s See Five More Strategies to Reignite the Flame
6. Concentrate on What is in Front of Your Nose to Reignite the Flame
If you’re taking a walk, notice what’s in front of you. And when you’re at home, notice the person you’re talking to. In fact, do your best to turn off your self-talk about work.
Additionally, slow down your thinking before you go to sleep.
I work with a nutritional doctor. As a result, she shows me how to clear my highly enthusiastic thought process. This happens an hour before I go to sleep.
The “inner balance app” is doing wonders helping me slow down at the end of the day. I didn’t know how to do this before I started working with the doctor.
You may relate with me on this or not. It’s good and bad news for having an overly stimulated mind. First, the good news is that you will think of new and better projects at work. In contrast, the bad news is that your active thought process stops you from having a good night’s rest. Last but not least, look at your sleep patterns. You’ll reignite the flame after this one strategy.
Your health will improve once you’re aware of what you need to change.
7. Suggest Holding Productive and Engaging Team Meetings
- First, discuss what everyone in the organization can do together to reignite the flame.
- Are teams working together or waiting for the stress to go away?
- The new norm is doing more with less.
- Strategize fresh ideas on how the team can work better than ever before.
8. Learn How to be Authentic and Share your Thoughts with Others.
This tip is a real burnout buster. People who are straightforward experience less stress.
Additionally, instead of wasting hours during the night thinking of what you should have said to someone, just do it. Be Direct with Respect® is a skill that is well worth learning!
9. Discover the Necessity of Positive Humor at Work and at Home.
Positive humor lightens the stress of impossible tasks. Humor is not a luxury in our lives anymore, it’s become a necessity.
Additionally, I learned that humor is part of the grieving process while taking a “death and dying class.”
People start to break through the process when they remember funny stories about the deceased person.
10. Discover What Values are Important to You to Reignite the Flame.
First, the qualities that you consider most significant will have a tremendous impact on your life.
Which ones need immediate attention? Could it be personal solitude, creativity, family, social welfare, freedom, or independence? Balance is the key to reignite the flame.
Reignite The Flame and Your Energy!
Abraham Lincoln said, “People are just about as happy as they make up their minds to be.”
Burnout is a time for us to look within ourselves. And find what is missing in our lives. With some introspection and change, we can rekindle our vitality and move on to more exciting times. And one last thing… make sure to enjoy the journey!
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