On the 17th October 2017 at the Institute of Directors, London, Susan Scott published her second book How to Prevent Burnout at an exclusive book launch.
Life does not always work like a well-oiled machine: often we give more than we are given back, things don’t always go to plan, and it can feel like you can give no more. How to Prevent Burnout provides advice on how to stop stress and prevent yourself from burning out. Susan provides you with the information you need to balance an excelling career, manage stress and pressure and maintain a healthy mind and body.
Does the job you love make you ill?
Are you feeling frazzled and living for Friday night?
Do you wish you didn’t have to be switched on 24/7?
Do you want to stop burnout before it consumes you?
Are your relationships suffering because you’re burning out in your job?
Susan brings her substantial professional expertise to the physical and mental strains which feel increasingly common in modern life, with a welcome focus on practical advice and support for young people making their way in the world.”
— Rt. Hon Jeremy Hunt MP, UK Secretary of State for Health
In Susan’s book you can learn how to:
- Build resilience and enhance capacity
- Create and maintain a balanced life
- Understand your own pressure points and trigger points.
- Manage diet and lifestyle to ensure healthy adrenal glands.
- Feel “yourself” again and have the energy and motivation to achieve your dreams.
Susan is also the author of the number one best seller, How to Have an Outstanding Career.
Susan is the author of two bestsellers, How to Prevent Burnout and How to Have an Outstanding Career (Filament Publishing 2017). These are the first two books in the Young Professional’s Guides series aimed at young professionals between the ages of 21 and 32.
Susan is a business psychologist, nutritional therapist, trainer, consultant and coach, as well as public speak and author. She was previously the chair of International Stress Management Association. She has vast experience within corporate management and consulting. She is the best person to guide you to eat, drink and think in a way that enhances your capacity in a ways to improve your ability to cope with stress and succeed.
Susan Scott lives in Surrey with her family and travels the world on business. She is a Fellow and Member of many professional organisations, runs two successful companies and has years of experience developing and running consulting and training programmes for private and public sector companies in the UK, across Europe, in the USA and Australasia on change, leadership and wellbeing as well as providing personal coaching support for individuals.