Whether you’re an owner or employee, you’ve probably experienced burnout in your job – that state of emotional exhaustion, depersonalization, lack of accomplishment or growth that hits even the best among us. In this episode, Nathan Shields is joined by Professional Rebellion cofounder, Phil Plisky to discuss why we tend to feel that way and what can be done if and when we're at that point. Phil is also physical therapist himself. His passion for solving the problem of burnout in the PT industry is part of the reason for developing the company. This discussion is important for PT owners, but it is also important for owners to recognize when their team members are at that point and how they can help them get through it. Listen in and learn, among a lot of other things, how burnout can be a good thing even though it sucks.
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