Contrary to popular opinion, the key to avoiding burnout is not found by going within, but by looking outside yourself.
If you think of self-sabotage only in the form of actions you’re not taking, you might be overlooking this crucial form of sabotage that impacts everything else.
Meeting a specific goal at the expense of an overall outcome isn’t a sustainable long term strategy.
Recognizing the difference between what’s possible and what’s realistic will help you set better expectations for what you can do in a day, and be kinder to yourself in the process.
A new understanding of self-compassion affirms that it is not a sentimental weakness, but rather the ultimate strength.
When you say you “can’t find time” for what you want to do, you lie to yourself and prevent yourself from discovering what you really need.
The belief that we can measure progress is based on illusions and leads to an unproductive theater of measuring metrics that don’t even matter.