I'm not convinced that the approach described in the linked article on "Becoming Personally Agile for Mental Health" makes general sense. Yes, gathering insight on your current well-being and acting on it looks very plausible. But isn't part of a burn-out problem to act at all? I'm no expert on the topic, but seeking professional advice is probably more useful than just trying to follow an article on the net (even if well-intended).

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