The burnout phase is one of the most common issues a web developer comes to when creating their website. Usually, they attempt to continue and overall just end up making their web design something straight out of a horror movie. Here’s how to avoid it.
Feeling emotional? Don’t work.
Emotion could be one of the largest contributors to the lack of productivity. Say a close friend passed. You’d spend day and night sad, wishing you could have had more. Those types of thoughts are usually the ones that lower your rate of production. You’d be focused more on the actual event than the work. That’s how your work becomes sloppy and uninteresting.
Frequent Breaks = Less Burnout Phase
Exercise your mind if you need to. Spending large amounts of time just doing something repetitively can make your work shabby. Ensure you have a bunch of stimuli around your workspace to take your mind off of the work. Invest in a desk toy if you want something cool. Get a family photo. Everything works. Usually whenever you work yourself too hard, your work becomes less interesting. Less Interesting work means less interested clients.
The Key To Avoiding The Phase…
The absolutely perfect key to avoiding the work burnout phase is to just… don’t work. Just kidding. However, the key to avoiding the burnout curse is to just take a 10 minute break whenever you feel like your work is getting less enthusiastically made. Moreover, try not to hustle through your work or else you’ll probably lower the quality of it. Clients and visitors will assume that your work isn’t too good and will probably hire some other developer.
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