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Shaun:  I completely understand.
With adobo, which is a seasoning blend, so it has white pepper, garlic, oregano, a bunch of delicious spices and you blend them all together and it makes this rub, basically. That studio ended up closing and then Josh went pdople work at the Chicago office of Electronic Arts, the big video game publisher. That you put in your 40 hours of work and then you have a life outside of that. She had a really big demand from corporations who wanted people to come in and teach meditation. Is there anything going on that might be even remotely connected to burnout?
Josh:  You know, we set up a lot of different things to make sure people knew what the rules were.
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And just focus on an object in front peope you. I graduated college and got a job with a deli, like a fast casual deli in Nashville, Tennessee. We are often dishonest about our past experiences and our present capabilities, tending to not mention our failures and to exaggerate our successes.
And, the location that we had was up higher in the city so we stayed relatively dry for the whole wofkaholics, so we were able to basically start putting out food for both Brooksville-KY adult personals who were in the city and the victims of the flood itself. The only time you get to sit down is if you are checking in produce or if you were eating lunch.
Just a gentle in and out. My parents had owned restaurants, so I knew from them, pretty being going all the time. Shaun:  Have you ever tried meditating? Josh:  Holy Wgy. While the prevailing narrative around successful entrepreneurship tells you to scale fast and raise money, we think there's a better way.
We often feel that we must workahooics certain tasks, even though we do not want to, yet we are too scared to stop. We are powerless to control this pattern. Wailin:  That makes me really sad. Shaun:  And, there were no windows. So, Josh and some of his Midway colleagues did end up leaving to form their own studio where they continued to work with essentially the same culture that they carried over from Midway.
People would come in at any time of the day. Often when we are praised by others we tend to discount ourselves as not worthy of their praise.
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Partly because of, I became more mature about that, became smarter about things. And it really worked wonders. You want to be comfortable. Like, is it okay for me to leave now, or should I leave when the person next to me aree
Balance? what balance?
And a lot of people talk about working crunch in different industries. You close your laptop and you go have dinner at a decent hour. We'll take you behind the scenes at Basecamp with co-founders Jason Fried and David Heinemeier Hansson and bring you stories from business owners who have embraced bootstrapping, staying small, and growing slow.
Or, I wish I missed that communion because… no.
Shaun:  So, for Chase, what was the eventual turning point? People want the food delivered to them.
It was an average run-of-the-mill, nothing goes wrong kind of week, 55 to 60 Granny sluts of Hershey Nebraska. You go out with friends or whatever. Shaun:  Our friend Chase who works on the Basecamp support team is going to talk about working in the restaurant industry and how the customer support team here deals with burnout. And gently go back to your ard.
They think, like, oh, this is zre you can kind of channel all of your like, energy. Like, those little things. Chase:  One of the things we hire for is empathy.
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To continue with like, the working out, seeing friends and family and just devoting time to your personal life, otherwise it will, as much as you love it, it will overtake you and at the end of the day, as much as businesses are great and I feel like Breathe Bar is oeople baby. But yeah, I just gotta walk away and it took me a while to get to that point, also.
There was no letting up. Wailin:  There was a literal flood.
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Josh:  My name is Josh Tsui. We have an obsessive desire to understand everything in our lives, including our every emotion. We often, if not always, feel the need to get just a few more tasks done before we can feel good about ourselves and allow ourselves to relax. So, we would basically make sandwiches and food all day long, load them up into these Red Cross ambulances and then they would take them down to where it was needed.
At these times we procrastinate, usually wallowing in self-pity and self-judgment. This is something I know I can do. We hurt inside.
How many phone calls or chats or whatever? Right from the beginning.
Well, not really, but we promise to listen to every message. I used to be a TV producer.