Avoiding “Transition Mental Fatigue”
Looking for new work is work. During high-pressure times, such as a career or job transition, it may be tempting to take a break or step outside for a stroll to think things over. Is this the best idea, or should we perhaps just power through until we’ve completed the task at hand?
The brain [and our spirit] certainly does get fatigued after working long periods of time. Researchers are currently looking into which types of breaks and circumstances may best adequately refresh and revitalize the brain’s functioning.
This article has a number of connections imbedded in it. Take a look, look up the resources, and take some time to talk about how you’re are avoiding TMF–Transition Mental Fatigue–with your EaRN Coach or other supportive persons in your life.
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