Saturday, October 10, 2015

My job entails a lot of adhoc tasks. I not only have to meet 120% of the target goal  for the month, but I  have to think of other additional tasks that would benefit the team. 

So, since I have been blogging for a few years now, I thought of making newsletters that would be focused on health and wellness and/or job aids.

Today I share with you my first publication. I just loved seeing those raised eyebrows when my bosses saw this in their email inbox. What a controversial title - "How To Rid Yourself of The BOSS." Haha. The "Boss" actually refers to "Burn Out Stress Syndrome."

I hope you find useful information here to help you kick the Boss in the behind.

(Source of information: www.forbes.com)

25 comments:

  1. Great tips for dealing with BOSS!! It really is crazy how much burning out can stress you out at home and work.

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  2. Hahaha. And I thought you were really talking about that Boss. Catchy title. Seriously though, these are awesome tips.

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  3. I LOVE the idea of unplugging during home and family time. I wish it was a doable scenario, but it is fun to dream. I will see if there is something else on the list that I can pitch to the family.

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  4. I have recently changed my career path. I am enjoying the break from working right now. I was getting burned out and needed to make a change.

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  5. This is a great post and everyone should take note of it for sure. It is so important for everyone to always take time for them self so they don't get to overwhelmed.

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  6. Great advice on staying on top of your health and well being. It is so important to care for yourself.

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  7. Having little ways to survive in the workplace jungle is a win. Great post..thanks.

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  8. It is so important to get enough rest at night. These are all great ways to relieve stress.

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  9. what a great idea! you seem like a real go-getter and i love your enthusiasm.

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  10. Essential tips for getting destressed!

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  11. haha this is great. I can just imagine the looks on their faces when they say that title. I bet they read on though :)

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  12. It's definitely important to make sure that you are stress-free after stepping out of work. These are awesome ideas, thanks for sharing!

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  13. These are great tips! All so important to everyone :)

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  14. These are some solid tips for dealing with BOSS. They all make a positive difference for sure.

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  15. Oh yup! I think I go through this for sure. I need to make sleeping a full eight hours a priority!

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  16. I took a break from my blog last year.. and I think I need another break

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  17. Great newsletter! I need to work on all of those, and that acronym is great!

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  18. This are a great post. I remember when i was working its really hard how much burning out can stress you out at home and work. But now i am a full time mom

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  19. Such a great tips, I would like to share this to my friends who were working in office.

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  20. Your title caught my attention...Thought you were going tell me how to get rid of my Boss loll. Burned out is serious I like several of your idea especially unplugging at home with time friends & family so important thanks for sharing.

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  21. Excellent job you did with this post and newsletter! Actually, I unplugged yesterday after work up until now when it's hack to the grind.

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  22. These are great tips, even for someone like me who works from home. Thanks for sharing!

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  23. These are very helpful tips. I usually get 7 hours of sleep. I have to make sure I go to bed at 10 and usually up at 6.

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  24. I don't think I've ever heard the acronym BOSS before but I can certainly relate with many of the issues found inside BOSS. I love unplugging and taking time for the important things in life to create balance.

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