Guest Post: How to Survive and Recover From Burnout in Successful Fundraising Publication

If you’re feeling mentally and physically exhausted, or suffering from headaches, anxiety, panic attacks, or sleep problems as a result of your grants-related work, you’re most likely experiencing burnout. In 2019, four burnout survivors — Trish Bachman, a grant consultant with The Write Stuff Delaware LLC (Lewes, DE); Patricia Duboise, director of grants and program development for Mercy Care Foundation (Atlanta, GA); Bethany Planton, founder and CEO of bmpconsulting (Louisville, KY); and Johna Rodgers,
principal consultant and national trainer at Johna Rodgers Consulting, LLC (Bowling Green, KY) — joined forces to learn more about burnout in the field and help grant professionals survive and start to recover.

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