Welcome to the Banish Burnout Toolkit™.
The Banish Burnout Toolkit™ is a workbook designed to help you learn how to change your reactions to stress from the inside out, so you can prevent burnout. This book is based on Banish Burnout: Move from Stress to Success™, a workshop that engages teams to stop and take stock of their stress reactions, where they came from, and how to change them. The workbook takes you step by step through the process of untangling your negative patterns to effect real behavior change for life.
Praise for Banish Burnout Toolkit™
Janice Litvin takes an ageless truth (pause before reacting) and weaves it into a timely message for surviving and growing during these stressful times. The Banish Burnout Toolkit is user friendly and practical. I recommend it most highly. Jim Purcell, Former CEO, Blue Cross & Blue Shield of RI; Founder of Returns on Wellbeing Institute
If you’re seeking sanity in an unprecedented time, look no further. Janice Litvin’s Banish Burnout Toolkit is an excellent step-by-step guide to counter stress and burnout, filled with examples and exercises that are both relatable and actionable. I highly recommend it! Laura Putnam, Author of Workplace Wellness That Works and CEO, Founder of Motion Infusion
Stress and burnout are at all-time highs. We can all benefit from the practical and actionable techniques in the Banish Burnout Toolkit. Janice provides practices we can incorporate into our daily lives, so we can be more fulfilled, happier, and healthier. Mari Ryan, MBA, MHP, CWP, CEO/Founder of Advancing Wellness and Award-winning author of The Thriving Hive: How People Centric Workplaces Ignite Engagement and Fuel Results
“Stress comes in many forms and, unfortunately, is not going to disappear. What makes the difference in our lives is how we react to stress. In her Banish Burnout Toolkit. Janice Litvin provides practical ideas and suggestions that we can implement that will change how we think about and deal with stress. And, ultimately, Banish Burnout.” Susan Roane, Keynote Speaker, The Mingling Maven® and Author of How to Work a Room.
“Changing and developing new habits can be extremely difficult. This workbook takes the complex aspects that make change difficult and breaks them down into immediately accessible exercises. It allows the reader to ask deeply valuable questions to identify and remove emotional blocks, which are often hidden, and create real behavior change.” Reut Schwartz-Hebron, Expert in Neuroscience and Difficult Change; Author of The Art and Science of Changing People Who Don’t Want to Change
This book will be ready for purchase in Fall 2020 on Amazon or right here on this website. In the meantime, if you would like more information, please get in touch: Janice@JaniceLitvin.com
If you would like to download a free chapter of Banish Burnout Toolkit, go to http://banishburnouttoolkit.com