Earlier this week, we shared part one of this conversation, all about how to use the Myers-Briggs to avoid burnout. No matter which of the 16 personality types there are (The Healer, The Architect, The Teacher, The Protector, to name a few), this wisdom is applicable to you. Because when you understand your preferences that dictate your conscious actions and unconscious behaviors, you can create better boundaries in your work and life that help you avoid burnout.
Now, if you haven’t heard part one, go back and listen to that one first. But if you’re ready to continue on, let’s pick back up here with my conversation with psychotherapist and author Jessica Butts as she simplifies how to use the Myers-Briggs to avoid burnout.
It’s time to simplify… Here’s how.
My special guest today is Jessica Butts and she is simplifying how to use the Myers-Briggs to avoid burnout.
We tackle and simplify all aspects of it, including:
- Why we hear about burnout being such a prevalent thing these days and her theory on the root cause
- We talked about the 16 Myers-Briggs personality types and why this tool has helped her and her clients to avoid burnout
- When we suppress our Intuition and look outside of ourselves to social media influencers, what actually is happening here… she teaches us how to look within
- How to tune out the external noise and distractions, so that you can create your own unique path with your career
- …and ultimately, we talked about “healing the hustle,” what that means, and how to redefine success on your terms, based on your personality type.
All this month, we are focused on the theme of “Self-Discipline,” helping you stay on track in your work and in your life… and get back to thriving. You have the power to create the life you really want to live, if only you simply remembered what’s possible… and make Bold Asks for what you need, want, and desire. Today is a fresh start and a new beginning.
Your 1000 daily choices will help you get there.
We will explore what that means on every level this month, both personally and professionally.
As always, ping me over on Instagram @thesimplifiers – and tell me your thoughts:
- What new ideas did this conversation spark for you?
- What is your Myers-Briggs type?
Share this episode with one person and discuss it together. The accountability found in just one trusted friend or colleague is immeasurable in helping you make forward progress.
You can do it, I believe in you… it’s time to simplify!
Q: Are you ready to learn how to use the Myers-Briggs to avoid burnout? If yes, this one is for you.
It’s time to #DoTheThing
<What’s catching my eye this week>
- Jessica’s favorite resources, books, and planning templates – Jessica Butts
- 50 powerful questions to help you reflect – The Institute of You
- October 2022 monthly forecast – Tumultuous Transitions – Lena Stevens – The Power Path
My challenge for you this week:
How are you going to take what you’ve learned in today’s episode and use the Myers-Briggs to avoid burnout this week? What’s one thing you’ll do differently? Share it with me, privately or publicly. Snap a photo of you doing the thing, and tag @thesimplifiers on Instagram for added accountability and support!
Links, books and apps mentioned:
Book: Don’t Do Stuff You Suck At: Roadmap to your Front Seat Life – Jessica Butts
Book: Coming Soon → Healing the Hustle – Jessica Butts
Book: Big Magic: Creative Living Beyond Fear – Elizabeth Gilbert
Book: Inward – Yung Pueblo
Resource: free Myers-Briggs personality assessment – Jessica Butts
Podcast: How to identify your pain points in life, featuring Eleanor Beaton – The Simplifiers Podcast
Podcast: How to squash your limiting self-beliefs – The Simplifiers Podcast
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About Jessica Butts
Jessica Butts – She is a psychotherapist, three time author, Myers-Briggs Expert, corporate trainer, and keynote speaker. In Jessica’s work over the past 20 years with personality type and human behavior, she helps women to learn how to “Heal their Hustle” and balance “doing” vs. “being.”
She practices what she preaches and recently sold everything she owned to fulfill a lifelong dream and moved to Maui to Heal her Hustle while also running her successful business.
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Nadia Ahrens – She is a psychotherapist, hypnotherapist and soul coach, helping to guide her clients through life’s challenges, transitions, transformations, and fears. Through her practice, she teaches women about their soul’s purpose, spirituality, and how to believe in themselves. She has been helping women navigate life’s traumas, challenges, and transitions for over 20 years, guiding them on a spiritual journey and helping them discover their soul’s purpose.
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