Embrace Your Exhaustion, Just Don’t Let It Kill You, please.

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Exhaustion can kill.

Karoshi is the Japanese term for those who are found to have died from overwork, often collapsed on their office desks.

There are other deaths too — when we give up and quit, become adversarial and attack, or change track as we hunker down and deaden to our dreams and aspirations.

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