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Independent Press Award

2024 Distinguished Favorite

The Culture of Burnout: Why Your Exhaustion is Not Your Fault

Kristen Donnelly & Erin Hinson

Burnout is as American as apple pie, baseball, and the 4th of July.

Its foundations go all the way back to the first White folks who permanently settled in North America: the Puritans. Way back in the 17th century, they helped create the American culture of overwork that keeps so many of us caught in today's work-till-you-drop, never-ask-for-help hamster wheel of exhaustion.

The good news is that we don't have to be.

Culture is made through the decisions and actions of everyone who lives in that culture. So if we all want to be less burned out and more balanced, we can be.

It’s difficult, but not impossible -— and most importantly, it’s doable.

Inside this book is a breakdown of why your exhaustion and your burnout are not your fault. And, pragmatic to its core, it also starts every reader on their own path to dismantle the culture of burnout and start working toward a culture of balance.

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