Why on earth do we normalize burnout in the dog training industry.
I see posts and jokes all the time. It's worn as a badge of honour. As if burning out is the only way to show we care?
As if working 80 hour work weeks, and still having no money left at the end of our month is somehow a measure of how much we love our jobs and our clients?
I think it's one of those situations where we can laugh about it...or we can cry about it.
About how big and giant that fear and terror that looks over our shoulder all the time can be.
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