|05-28-2011, 12:16 PM||#1 (permalink)|
Join Date: Dec 2010
We all know the art of personal development is hard, and strenuous.
People who embark on such an endeavor need to work at 100% capacity to reach their goals. The problem is, forcing ourselves into 100% capacity can cause us to 'burn-out'.
Sometimes we may need to take a day and recharge, just like a battery. After working 100% all week we need a time to breath.
Do you find that you need a day of mental defrag? like just resting or hanging out?
|05-28-2011, 05:28 PM||#2 (permalink)|
Join Date: Nov 2006
Location: ~Milwaukee, WI - USA
The point of hard work is to face down the challenging questions that allow you to take a break without everything going to hell. If Steve doesn't write a blog post for three weeks, his site still does just fine. That's because he designed his hard work to create things that serve him.
Learning to do the things Steve does, and write the way Steve writes, took hard work; but he didn't have to work at 100% capacity to achieve those things. Steve's post on Calibration will give you a good idea of how much he failed to run at 100%, and how embracing his "newbiness" served him much better than an expectation of doing his best right from the get go.
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