I like to answer this question with a quote: "I can accept things from you, because you've been through it yourself!" Or even "You are proud because you overcame your burnout and made the behavioral change in yourself and now you pass it on to others- that's great!"
And yes, I have been in a burnout myself 12 years ago and was able to overcome it with the help of others, even came out stronger, but that is not the only reason.
For this very reason I have dealt with the topic again and again over the last few years, because for me it always remains a tightrope walk. This means that I also have to work on myself again and again to avoid falling back into old patterns.
Not that alone. I studied to become a psychological counselor with the goal of acquiring the tools to help others. The training was an exciting journey in which many things came together for me like a puzzle. There are several pieces of the puzzle like life balance or dealing with stress or change that are the basis for my STRONG against Burnout formula. It also became clear why it is sometimes so difficult to let go of habitual behaviors, but also how you can still succeed.
I developed the STRONG formula especially for burnout prevention. It is based on my own experience, on conversations with people affected by burnout and on the theory I learned during my studies. It consists of 5 steps that will help you not to slip into a burnout (again).