Software development can be stressful. Unmanaged stress can lead to burnout. In this training, meditation teacher and veteran software engineer Daragh Byrne gives you the information and tools you need to manage stress and prevent burnout (or start to recover if you're already there).
I've been building software for 20 years and have worked in some pretty stressful environments. Like many of you, I've experienced the energy sapping strain of burnout. I've had to learn, the hard way, how to build a healthy relationship with stress. My studies in the fields of mindfulness, meditation and flow state psychology have taught me many lessons in keeping calm in the trickiest of projects. I'm thrilled to be able to share the most important of those lessons here.
A little bit of information, and a few basic practices and reflections can completely transform your relationship with the stresses of building software.
- A comprehensive 30 minute video explaining the origins of stress and strategies for managing stress during your day-to-day as a software developer. You'll learn how to identify the signs of stress, how to tell healthy stress from unhealthy stress, when stress can be useful and when it can be a problem. Understand the effects of stress on your nervous system.
- Five audio guided stress management exercises that you can use throughout your day to ensure your stress cycle is healthy.
- A second 30 minute video explaining the roots of burnout, which will help you identify where you are on the Burnout Spectrum. Through several journal exercises, you'll look at other key aspects of burnout, including ways to think about what it might be telling you about your life, how your own beliefs contribute to burnout, practical tips for balancing your Energy Equation and how to identify and deal with toxic workplaces.
- A PDF on How to Say No Effectively.
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