Digital detoxing is the default solution to burnout, stress, and overwork. But is disconnecting realistic? And, more importantly, does it truly get to the heart of the problem?
In this episode, we talk to Tim Herrera about how to stay connected without letting connectivity control your life, why you shouldn't think of your workplace as your family, and what leaders can do to establish less toxic work environments.
- Your Workplace Isn't Your Family (and That's OK!) - The New York Times by Tim Herrera
- When You Track Oreos, Exercise, and Everything Else by Tim Herrera
- Photographic Memory study by Alix Barasch
- Sleep Cycle alarm clock (iPhone, Android)
- Lose It weight loss app (iPhone, Android)
Special thanks to our sponsor, Everlance. Visit www.Everlance.com/recoveringworkaholics for a special discount.
Closed captioning: https://tinyurl.com/y8dsw3bc
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