Best 15 of Burn out quotes - MyQuotes
It is true that even when exhausted you still are providing something to those you serve. But you are out of touch with your deepest strengths, role-modelling self-destructive behaviour, martyring yourself, and giving others cause for guilt.
Holy meditation helps to burn out all mental impurities.
Once in a while a story is spectacular enough to break through and attract media attention, but the swell quickly subsides into the general glut of bad news over which we, as citizens, have so little control.
The new disease of our age is being OK doing everything at exactly the same time.
In order to burn out, a person needs to have been on fire at one time.
More than half of white collar workers believe they have reached a breaking point. They simply can't handle any more information, and they report feeling demoralized as a result.
I don’t have the passion anymore, and so remember, it’s better to burn out than to fade away.
Fanatics are, for one thing, boring and, for another, unreliable. They tend to burn out just when you need them.
When the topic of self-care came up, Eve, an academic, writer and visual artist said "There is no glory in a grind that literally grinds you down to dust".
Being burned out is a lot better than having no fire in the fist place.
Walter Savage Landor
No ashes are lighter than those of incense, and few things burn out sooner.
These days with the web, you can burn out a character really quick.
It is better to burn out then fade away
Johann Wolfgang Von Goethe
Our passions are true phoenixes; as the old burn out the new straight rise up from the ashes.
The cane is just not going to cut it. I shared with some of my colleagues that these brothers live in neighborhoods where they are getting whapped with a piece of stick all night, stabbed with knives, and pegged with screwdrivers that have been sharpened down, and they are leaking blood. When you come to a fella without even interviewing him, without sitting him down to find out why you did what you did, your only interest is caning him, because you are burned out and frustrated yourself. You say to him, ‘Bend over, you are getting six.’ And the boy grits his teeth, skin up his face, takes those six cuts, and he is gone. But have you really been effective? Caning him is no big deal, because he’s probably ducking bullets at night. He has a lot more things on his mind than that. On the other hand, we can further send our delinquent students into damnation by telling them they are no body and all we want to do is punish, punish, punish. Here at R.M. Bailey, we have been trying a lot of different things. But at the end of the day, nothing that we do is better than the voice itself. Nothing is better than talking to the child, listening, developing trust, developing a friendship. Feel free to come to me anytime if something is bothering you, because I was your age once before. Charles chuck Mackey, former vice principal and coach of the R. M. Bailey Pacers school.