Ways to Deal with Instructor Burnout

Hanshi Dave Kovar
Have you ever woken up and said to yourself, “I’d rather not go to the school today”? If you have, you are certainly not alone. Very few people are motivated 24/7, myself included. Without a plan this can certainly lead to instructor burnout. A person might experience burnout for many different reasons. Here are a few suggestions on how to deal with instructor burnout. First and foremost, avoid thinking that others have it better than you. It’s a waste of time and usually not true. Remember, when we don’t take the time to appreciate our own good fortune, we’re essentially focusing on the negative (i.e. the idea that others are

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is an 8th degree black belt and recognized as the “Trainer of Trainers”. Master Dave Kovar is an internationally acclaimed instructor with black belt degrees in ten different martial arts styles. His systems have been implemented in hundreds of schools around the US.