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We Are All the Burnout Generation

Fueled by uncertainty and envy, burnout is a condition that is both uniquely human and profoundly misunderstood

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Approximately 11,000 years ago, the Irish elk roamed the land we now call Siberia. I like to think of their story as a parable for understanding the burnout epidemic.

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Zander Nethercutt

Zander Nethercutt

mistaking correlation for causation since '94; IYI, probably | 🧓Chicago, IL | ✍️. @ | GET IN TOUCH: zander [at] zandercutt [dot] com

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