Sebastian Cruz

Fitness mentor

Former financial services employee, who left his job due to burnout. He now runs his own fitness mentoring program.

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The data surrounding workplace burnout is alarming. We’re working on average 30% more than we did pre-pandemic.

Why more people are quitting their jobs than ever

The data surrounding workplace burnout is alarming. We’re working on average 30% more than we did pre-pandemic.

from Life Examined

The data surrounding workplace burnout is alarming. We’re working on average 30% more than we did pre-pandemic.

Why more people are quitting their jobs than ever

The data surrounding workplace burnout is alarming. We’re working on average 30% more than we did pre-pandemic.

from Life Examined

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