The hotel rooms in Burnout-ville are always full …
… full of wrung out, worn out entrepreneurs.
The revolving doors at hotel front entrances are in perpetual motion.
Business is booming!
Unfortunately, it’s a vacation spot completely void of fun activities, swimming pools, shuffleboard, and scenic tours to book.
They have no souvenir shops — no one ever wants to bring back any reminders of their visit.
Talk about gloomy and somber.
The scenery around town is pretty bleak.
Take a close look at the guests and you’ll notice clearly-defined dark circles under their eyes and people moving about at snail speed. Guests resemble zombies right out of your favorite science fiction movie.
And the cuisine?
There’s no spice! You could best describe what they’re serving as bland, dry, tasteless, and unsavory.
Getting the feeling you’ll want to decline a free ticket to Burnout-ville?
Beware — most tickets are “one-way” only.
You could easily be the next entrepreneur on your way to Burnout-ville if you are:
- Saying “yes” to every favor everyone asks of you
- Not eating properly
- Allowing 30-minute sessions with your clients to turn into 90 minutes
- Staying up late and burning the candle at both ends
- Forgetting there’s a world out there outside of the internet
- Multi-tasking on multiple days of the week
- Forcing yourself to blog when you don’t feel like blogging
- Simultaneously working your way through the last three programs you purchased
- Stretching yourself and your commitments so thin, you’re like a rubber band about to snap
- Constantly being distracted and derailed by shiny object syndrome
- Trying to build your business by yourself and too proud to ask for help
- Ignoring your family and friends
- Unable to recall the last time you had any fun
Ever spend any time in Burnout-ville? How did you end up there?