Feeling Anxious or Stressed Out?

Introducing the Burnout Barometer

a FREE assessment so you can find where you are on the

stress-to-burnout spectrum and make a plan to get you out of stress

(without pushing through with coffee, sugar, drugs or willpower)

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Stress is the single greatest epidemic of our time

If you’re a parent, caregiver, healer, social entrepreneur, community organizer, or activist, then you have likely found yourself feeling utterly depleted with nothing left to give, that burned out, ‘end of your rope’ feeling when you’ve given all you have to give and yet you still have more to do.

You feel like a well that’s almost dry and yet people are still begging you for water … but there’s no time to be refilled. Your reserves are running low.

You might not be totally depleted, but you feel unhealthy, irritable or frayed around the edges. Which means you’ll be less effective and less happy in your life, your work and your relationships.

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If you ever feel lost in the dark, this stress assessment can help.

How the Barometer Works:

You can use the form below as a journaling, self-discovery exercise. Or, you can send it in to schedule a free 30 minute session with me.  The session can be either live at my clinic in Nelson, BC or a live video chat.

To get the most out of this exercise, I suggest a couple of things…

  1. Give yourself 15-30 minutes. (do 5 mins at a time if you need to)

  2. Make some tea, grab your journal, quiet yourself and connect in with body and your heart.

  3. Hold yourself with tenderness and understanding. Reality checks aren’t always easy. It can be intense doing a review of your health like this. Go slowly if you need to and remember to breathe.

  4. Be as honest as you can be.

  5. Think back a year or two, compare your answers now to back then. Has your relationship with stress changed?

  6. For the ‘How often’ questions … use whatever comes to mind first and then check in with yourself to see if it’s not actually more frequent. “Is it really once per week or is it more like once or twice a day?”

look at your relationship with stress,
find the early signs
before they become an issue

Here are the questions…

Remember, your answers are qualitative not quantitative. It’s not as simple as adding up your score and checking a burnout risk chart.

Two important questions to consider as you look back over your answers …

  1. Is this the quality of life and health that you want for yourself (or that your loved ones would want for you)?

  2. If not, what are you going to do to change it?

If you do submit your answers, now book your free 30 minute appointment.

We are the ones we’ve been waiting for!