Podcast: My Millennial Money with Glen James – 3 ways to prevent burnout


Vanessa always loves chatting with Glen James at My Millennial Money. This time they talked all things high performance, mental health, burnout and mindset and how these all relate to financial health.

In this episode Vanessa discusses how we can finally end burnout, touching on:

– Managing mental energy – understanding the concept of energy credits.
– Setting boundaries in your life and with certain people – not being afraid to say no.
– Personal accountability – taking ownership of your life, boundaries and choices.

Listen now:
YouTube: https://youtu.be/Z6qdHIFMe3g
Podcast: https://player.whooshkaa.com/episode?id=791837

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Podcast: Driving the positive evolution of final advice – #226 Vanessa Bennet‪t‬

Vanessa chatted with Fraser Jack on the XY adviser podcast. They discussed the benefits of optimising mental energy from a profitability and effort standpoint. Fancy saving hundreds of thousands of dollars by getting this right? Then this podcast is probably for you…..

Listen now:
Apple iTunes: http://www2.xyadviser.com/xyitunes226
Google Podcasts: http://www2.xyadviser.com/xygoogle226
YouTube: http://www2.xyadviser.com/xyyoutube226
Spotify: http://www2.xyadviser.com/xyspotify226

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Are $100 Lorna Janes really a financial mistake?

Financial fitness – a massive contributor to mental fitness. Any who knows me know’s I’m a massive advocate for physical fitness……Vanessa Bennett was interviewed for this article advocating for people to invest in getting their finances sorted as well as their physical training regime. It doesn’t matter how physically fit you are, if you are in financial stress you probably won’t be at your best.

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High performance without burnout

Working harder does not necessarily equal high performance and may actually be contributing to burnout says Next Evolution Performance CEO, Vanessa Bennett.

The World Health Organisation (WHO) recently described burnout as an ‘occupational phenomenon’ and updated its definition to, ‘a syndrome conceptualised as resulting from chronic workplace stress that has not been successfully managed’.

“Many people equate high performance with working harder,” Ms Bennett says. “This can create a great deal of workplace stress, which can ultimately lead to burnout. We believe that high performance is not about working harder, but about making the most efficient use of personal energy. It is about taking a neural, mental and physical approach that combines neuroscience, psychology and sports training principles.”

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Working smarter, not harder, key to avoiding burnout

Working harder is contributing to worker burnout and is not actually producing greater performance in the workplace, according to one CEO.

Burnout has had a definition change by the World Health Organisation where it is now defined as “a syndrome conceptualised as resulting from chronic workplace stress that has not been successfully managed”.

According to chief executive of Next Evolution Performance Vanessa Bennett, people who work harder may ultimately burn out without actually producing better work.

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