Burnout can lead to career changes, low morale, and reduced productivity. Individuals can avoid burnout by getting support, staying socially connected, and taking sabbaticals. Firms can prevent burnout by offering part-time tracks, providing socialization, and reducing stress. For more tips, read articles about adopting bar initiatives, organizing social activities, preventing lawyer burnout, promoting well-being, recognizing problems, and preventing burn-out. For comprehensive study, read books about Addicted to Busy and The Happy Lawyer, and visit ABA websites on Lawyer Well-Being and Work-Life Balance.