Healthy Calling

From Toxic Burnout to Sustainable Work

Arianna Molloy

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When You Don't Know Who You Are AnymoreResearch shows that people who have a sense of calling are more productive, motivated, and resilient than their peers. But they are also more likely to experience the physical, mental, and spiritual exhaustion of burnout. When they do, the impact is more severe and disorienting. Burnout often starts from something very good: a passionate commitment to meaningful work and the skill to make it a reality. But the dark side of calling is that passion and skill without boundaries are like matches to a dry forest, at risk for devastating destruction.How can we pursue our callings while managing our risk for burnout? Communication and workplace expert Arianna Molloy explores the nature of a healthy calling and the surprising key to unlocking a more sustainable approach. Humility is essential to a healthy calling, one that involves knowing yourself well, being teachable, and embracing the vulnerability of consistently taking time to rest and reflect. Molloy identifies essential practices and disciplines to recalibrate your calling and transform your work, relationships, and life.You don't have to feel stuck and alone, disoriented in the dark. Let the Caller turn on the lights and return you to health.



productivity, Christian calling, ministry, corporate job, career, follow your passion, preventing burnout, vocation, work life balance, exhaustion, heal from burnout, humility, burned out, work, pursue goals