By: Brie Rangel

on January 10th, 2018

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Working Overtime Is NOT A Badge of Honor. Avoid The Burnout

MarketHER | Podcasts & Shows | Women in Marketing

You ever feel like you're Superwoman(man) because you worked 70 hours in a week? How 'bout working weekends? 

Do you get hi-fives in the office because you're still there at 9pm? 

What is working long hours really doing for you? Does it really make you that much more productive? 

Are you wearing the "I work long hours Badge of Honor"? 

We are here to tell you that you must rip off that badge of honor and disregard it immediately! Stats indicate that working long hours doesn't make you more productive. In fact, it does the opposite!

Find out why in our latest episode:

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About Brie Rangel

Brie has been helping businesses reach their goals since the early days of HubSpot and inbound marketing. With experience in nonprofit, SMB, enterprise, and SaaS businesses, she has a wide perspective into sensible solutions for her clients and their individual needs. As an Account Strategist at IMPACT, Brie acts as an advisor to her clients, helping them identify measurable marketing goals and the strategies and tactics needed to achieve them. She’s their day-to-day contact for all things strategy and considers their success, her own. Brie came to IMPACT from Houston, Texas. When she’s not cheering for the Astros, using the word, “ya’ll” in every sentence, or riding her horse to work (just kidding), you’ll find her hanging out with her family and her bloodhound, Duke.

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