When you feel exhausted and drained, it’s easy to give into the temptation to crawl under the covers. But that’s rarely productive. How do you navigate the line between pushing yourself and getting the rest you need? How can you find your focus even when you’re feeling fatigued?
When you feel exhausted and drained, it’s easy to give into the temptation to crawl under the covers. But that’s rarely productive. Here are my top 3 tips to find your focus and fire when you feel fatigued, without using caffeine.
Creating space for your best work isn’t only about creating physical space and blocking time; it’s also about clearing mental and emotional space.
The Breakfast Club — yes, the movie — teaches the common mistake we make with fear.
I used to believe that meditation was about finding that miracle space where I wouldn’t hear thoughts or voices, either internal or external. I used to believe each time my focus strayed from my breath that I was “failing” in meditation. I’ve been learning that the goal of meditation isn’t what I originally thought.
One of the recurring observations that people tend to make about me is that I have my hands in a lot of different things. This observation tends to come bundled with advice to pare down and focus on one area. “Pick a lane,” is what people say. Thanks, but no thanks.
I am a big fan of American Ninja Warrior. On the surface, it offers a thrilling display of athletic achievement that inspires me to push my own limits. It also offers up a continuous stream of lessons that we can apply to life both on and off the course.