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The key to avoiding burnout is to do just enough every day. While that advice is simple, it’s challenging to apply because life is complex. What is “enough”?
When we look at productive people from the outside, we often assume that they are working 18 hours a day. We see people like Stephen King who publishes a book a year, and think, “Wow, that guy must write all day long.” That’s not the case.
In his memoir, On Writing, Stephen King writes the following:
5 min read Imagine meeting the person who can impact your career big time. Maybe it’s an angel investor for your start-up or a corporate executive who can get you some major consulting or public speaking projects. What can you give them, to effectively communicate that you’re worth listening […]
4 min read When Malcolm X was in prison, he discovered the power of books. He was physically caged within the walls of the prison, but his mind was free. He spent most of his six and a half years in prison reading books—day and night. In The […]
4 min read One of my favorite ways to learn is by studying people who have been on this planet for seven decades or more. One of those people is my grandfather, who’s 87 years old, and still takes care of himself. I also met several highly successful […]