How to avoid burnout and learn to say no - The Reset Room podcast

On this week’s episode of National World’s new lifestyle and wellness podcast, The Reset Room, you can learn how trying to be everything for everyone can only lead to burnout.

From morning until night we are constantly performing a role, whether that’s brother, sister, mother, gym buddy, colleague, school-gate parent - whatever, we are constantly ‘on’.

Add phones, social media and email to the mix and there is a huge pressure to do everything and be everything to everyone.

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Join host Kelly Crichton and transformation life coach Katrina Skinner to learn some lessons in how to give yourself a break and avoid burnout.

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Katrina has worked in financial services for most of her career to date but during the pandemic decided to consult a life coach to help with the lack of balance in her life. Her life was changed so remarkably she decided to train in life coaching and now works to empower other women.

She is now an advanced accredited transformation life coach and works with women in the corporate world and in business to make sure they are leading balanced, productive, fulfilling lives.

The Reset Room is available to download on all podcast platforms now, including Apple and Spotify. If you like what you hear, please give us a rating and review, as it helps us to reach more listeners.

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The Reset Room is a Laudable production, hosted and produced by Kelly Crichton.

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