Burnout and Divorce with Michael Levitt

Divorce is an extremely stressful time in someone’s life, and can definitely result in major burnout.  In today’s episode of Divorcing Well, I interviewed burnout expert and thought leader, Michael Levitt, the founder and CEO of Breakfast Leadership Inc.  Michael and I discuss the symptoms of burnout, the importance of being mindful of its signs and how you can best protect yourself against it when you are going through the challenges of divorce.  Michale provides some fantastic insight on the difference between burnout and depression, and he shares his own story of how burnout brought him to his knees.
Michael Levitt is the CEO and founder of Breakfast Leadership, Inc (BreakfastLeadership.com), who works with leaders to reduce stress and prevent burnout, so that they can focus on what REALLY matters Most. Michael is the host of the Breakfast Leadership Podcast, ranked in the top 200 Business and Marketing Podcasts on iTunes, and author of 369 Days: How To Survive A Year of Worst-Case Scenarios. Michael is also recognized as a top 20 Global Thought Leader on Culture, by Thinkers360, and is the co-founder of Pre-Emptive Strike Consulting (PreEmptiveStrikeConsulting.com), and co-author of Pre-Emptive Strike Leadership, which debuted # 1 in Canada on Amazon.ca under Financial Risk Management category.
Michael also has spent over 3 decades serving Fortune 500 companies, small business organizations and leading large medical organizations. Michael's career has spanned from public accounting, IT management, to leading multiple healthcare organizations. Michael has worked with multiple Government agencies, and is certified in Lean Healthcare, and Advanced Health Care System Planning.
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LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/bfastleadership/
Twitter: https://twitter.com/bfastleadership
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Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/bfastleadership/
YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCS08gscC9Ciz4-7nFY9zj5g


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