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Apr 11th, 2018
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- What is burnout?
- Losing Enthusiasm for web development
- That Hustle
- Why is being burnt out bad?
- Putting off hobbies
- How do you prevent burnout?
- Farming out Work
- Automating content
- Busy work
- Aggressively turn down meetings
- Work to cut out busy work
- Locus of Control
- Managing Email and Notifications
- Scrubbing Plates
- Health and Nutrition
- What to do when you just don't like the work you are working on
- Small Wins
- Learning new Things
- Getting a new job
- Taking Courses
- Keeping Up With The Codeashians
- Being overworked at work
- So you've burnt out, what do you do?
- How do you reignite the spark?
- Taking a day off
- Delegating GitHub
- Online chat with other developers