Fire Up So You Don’t Burnout
Fire Up So You Don’t Burnout
Fire Up So You Don’t Burnout: How to Prevent, Break Through and Extinguish Burnout (and the Power of Resiliency)
Presented by Jessica Rector


Burnout is like a wildfire: It spreads quickly and affects everything in its path. Monster Incorporated recently reported that burnout has increased by 30 percent in the last few months and it doesn't show signs of slowing down any time soon. With 79 percent of the workforce burned out and even more stressed out, it’s the perfect time to address this epidemic. With having to juggle more things and in different ways, burnout and stress are at an all-time high, reducing performance, health and morale. In this powerful presentation, Jessica Rector gets you fired up by:
  • Sharing the role resiliency plays to prevent and extinguish burnout
  • Pinpointing your contributing factors to being overwhelmed
  • Showing you how to handle stress to improve focus, performance and team dynamics
About Jessica Rector
Jessica’s mission is simple: Transform Lives. As the top mind wellness and burnout expert, Jessica Rector, MBA is the authority on tackling your inner game and turning it into outer success and positive action! As a TV talk show host and former award-winning #1 sales performer at a Fortune 100 company, Jessica uses her company’s research to help organizations, leaders, and teams to fire up their thinking and extinguish burnout. As a #1 best-selling author, she has shared the stage with Michelle Obama and worked with clients such as Fortune’s #2 “Best Company to work for,” NBCUniversal, and the Dallas Mavericks, and has been seen on ABC, NBC, CBS, and FOX for creating change. When she’s not traveling around the world for work, Jessica spends her time being a single parent and learning about the exciting world of Transformers, so she can carry on real conversations with her eight-year-old son, Blaise, who is a #1 best-seller author and the youngest published author in the United States.
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